Adobe has created a voice-activated software to help people manage their mobile photos and post online

Adobe has created a virtual assistant to help edit photos. The program speaks to the user and responds to basic voice commands while editing. These commands include having the photo resized, cropped or uploaded to a social media platform online.

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The assistant doesn’t work efficiently with complex editing commands. This program works well for users who may have trouble with basic editing software. Adobe’s mobile products will addition of the assistant editing program in the future, however, desktop applications were not a part of the discussion.

This software was shown at CES 2017. Adobe has not disclosed exactly when this technology will be implemented to their applications, but the video below shows the direction the company wants to go in 2017 with voice recognition operating systems.

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Adobe has created a virtual assistant to help edit photos. The program speaks to the user and responds to basic voice commands while editing. These commands include having the photo resized, cropped or uploaded to a social media platform online.

The assistant doesn’t work efficiently with complex editing commands. This program works well for users who may have trouble with basic editing software. Adobe’s mobile products will addition of the assistant editing program in the future, however, desktop applications were not a part of the discussion.