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Firefly: Adobe announces its AI image generator

Firefly: Adobe announces its AI image generator
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Adobe launched this Tuesday Firefly, its image generator by artificial intelligence that creates content by command in text  .

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The AI ​​works similarly to Dall-E, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion. The difference is training with hundreds of millions of Adobe Stock images, open license and public domain content.

Adobe wants to make Firefly easier to use than most AI imagers.

With Firefly, everyone who creates content — regardless of their experience or talent — will be able to use their own words to generate content the way they dream.

Adobe Vice President of Generative AI, Alexandru Costin, in an interview with TechCrunch.


initially, Adobe says that the Firefly beta will be available through a website. Afterwards, the idea is to integrate the tool with your creation software: Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere.

  • In Photoshop, the AI-generated painting feature will be implemented;
  • Illustrator will feature vector variations;
  • In Premiere, the user will be able to configure the colors of videos with a prompt.

According to the website’s description, Firefly promises to generate images following the context indicated by the user and improve it with different concepts. The tool can also generate custom vectors and brushes through a description or a simple sketch.

To carry out training, Firefly will allow artists to feed the AI ​​their own artwork to customize content using their own style.

In addition to not using third-party images to avoid copyright infringement, Adobe plans to create the “DoNotTrain” system, which allows artists to block the use of their art in Firefly image generation.

Adobe Stock sells art made by artificial intelligence

In late 2022, Adobe announced that Adobe Stock will allow artists to submit  AI- generated art for sale. The move comes at a time of industry-wide boom (and discussion) about   AI  arts.

However, for Adobe, these submissions have some restrictions, such as:

  • Artists must own or have rights to use the images;
  • It must be sent as an illustration, even if it is realistic;
  • It should contain in the title “generated by AI”.

With information from The Verge and TechCrunch.

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