Google Uses Adobe Firefly’s AI Image Generator on Chatbot Bard

Berikut Google Uses Adobe Firefly’s AI Image Generator on Chatbot Bard
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Google and Adobe announced that an AI-powered image generator will be connected to Google’s AI-powered chatbot, Bard.

In March, Adobe has announced that it will use generative AI technology together with Google, Meta, Microsoft and other technology companies by releasing Adobe Firefly which has a suite of AI features.

It is available in various products made by Adobe, such as Photoshop, After Effects, to Premier Pro, Firefly is designed to simplify and make work related to photo and video editing activities easier.


At Google I/O 2023, Adobe and Google announced that Firefly and the Express graphics suite will be integrated into the Bard chatbot, allowing users to create, edit, and share AI drawings right from the Bard command line.

Based on information from Engadeget, it will be possible for users to create images with Firefly, then edit and modify them directly using Adobe Express templates, fonts and assets within Google Bard directly and can even post them directly to social media when the image is ready.

The resulting images are described as being of the same high quality that beta users of Firefly are used to as they are all created from the same database of Adobe Stock, an open-licensed, public domain content.

In addition, Google and Adobe will leverage existing Content Authenticity Initiative features to mitigate some of the threats to content creators using generative AI technologies.


These features include preventing users from using licensed artwork in Firefly training data, as well as letting people who view future works know whether or not a work was created with AI technology.

Bard users will likely check out and try out the new features in the coming weeks leading up to a public release. [FY/HBS]