MICHAEL ZHANG, PETAPIXEL:
Adobe shared its powerful Content-Aware Fill as a sneak peek back in 2010, and the feature has become a powerful tool in the Photoshop arsenal. Now the company is teasing a new technology called Deep Fill, which takes the idea to yet another level using AI techniques.
Basically, Deep Fill tries to understand the content in your photo so that the resulting fill doesn’t only look visually realistic — it should make sense too.
“Deep Fill is a new deep neural network-based image in-painting system that (1) learns to generate image patches that are visually realistic and semantically reasonable, and (2) allows interactive customization of results based on users’ brushing and sketch inputs,” Adobe says.
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