Artificial intelligence will replace Photoshop. Apple has an idea for a real revolution

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Apple wants to make graphics processing possible thanks to artificial intelligence by issuing text commands to a special program. Without knowledge of Photoshop.

Artificial intelligence has a lot to offer when it comes to creating computer graphics. Realistic images automatically generated by AI (we have all seen them on social media) are one side of the coin. Apple wants the other side to be quite advanced graphics processing, carried out by issuing relatively simple text commands to special software.

Apple creates AI for photo manipulation

Apple, together with the University of California at Santa Barbara, has been working for some time on ambitious software that is intended to make everyone, regardless of their knowledge of programs like Photoshop, able to handle photo processing at a fairly good level. As you can see in the picture below.

This is how MGIE (MLLM-Guided Image Editing) was created, an advanced artificial intelligence model designed to work on images with unprecedented accuracy using text commands. All we need to do is describe literally what needs to change in a given graphic, and MGIE will do it for us. So far, we are talking about it in the context of rather simple activities, such as removing objects from the background and moving them to another graphic, or even making changes to the basic parameters of the photo (brightness, contrast, saturation, etc.).

What about human graphic designers?

MGIE software impresses even at an early stage of development. What will the future bring in this regard? We can certainly expect the successive introduction of further, much more advanced functions. It is true that specialized graphics processing software is to remain in the hands of specialists for now, but it is very possible that soon it will no longer be necessary for most ordinary users.

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