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Adobe and Microsoft create common model for their AI-driven assistants

Adobe announced a deal with Microsoft last week, to combine the firms’  respective, and very different, AI-driven digital assistants. While Microsoft’s Cortana is in the running in this increasingly strategic  product category, up against Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant  and Apple Siri, Adobe’s Sensei is less well known. But now it will be able to harness information from the Microsoft Cloud, while adding functionality to Cortana. Launched last fall, Sensei is a set of AI-powered intelligent services targeted at creatives, Adobe’s traditional market. They are front-ended by a voice-activated virtual assistant which makes suggestions and recommendations for users of Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps and services, such as Photoshop and Premiere. Now, Adobe and Microsoft will share core libraries to develop standard…

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