Adobe expands Firefly globally, supports prompts in 8 Indian regional languages

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Adobe expands Firefly globally, supports prompts in 8 Indian regional languages

Software main Adobe on Wednesday introduced the worldwide enlargement of Firefly (a generative AI system) that supports textual content prompts in over 100 languages, together with eight Indian regional languages.

The eight Indian languages included — Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu, enabling customers the world over to generate photos and textual content results utilizing their native languages in the standalone Firefly net service.

The service may also be localised in 20 languages, with variations in French, German, Japanese, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese accessible now, in accordance with the corporate.



“Today’s announcement is about making Firefly accessible to extra folks in their most well-liked languages, to allow them to proceed to leverage our distinctive mannequin to deliver their creativeness to life, and create the very best high quality belongings which might be protected for business use,” Ely Greenfield, CTO, Digital Media at Adobe, stated in an announcement.

Since its launch in March, the corporate stated that Firefly has been built-in into Photoshop, Express and Illustrator, serving to prospects construct their artistic confidence by eradicating the boundaries between creativeness and clean pages, and bringing much more precision, energy, pace and ease instantly into Creative Cloud functions and workflows.

Firefly has additionally generated multiple billion images since its launch over three months in the past.

(With inputs from IANS)

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