Adobe Firefly now supports over 100 languages, including French

Adobe Firefly now supports over 100 languages, including French

At the end of March, at its Adobe Firefly Summit, Adobe presented a family of generative AI templates and launched the beta version of the first Firefly template, aimed at commercial use and focusing on images and text effects. Today, the company is responding to a request from its millions of users: to be able to write prompts in their native language, by making the template available in 103 languages, including French.

The first template, still in beta, focused on images with a text-to-image tool similar to Stable Diffusion, DALL-E 2, or Midjourney, and allowed text to be styled with the Text effects tool.

Unlike these other generative AI tools, which have given rise to much controversy, not least about intellectual property, Firefly users can use it with confidence, as it has been trained on Adobe Stock, open license or public domain images whose copyrights have expired.

Moreover, to give potential customers even greater confidence, the company assured them last month that it would compensate them if they were sued for copyright infringement due to images generated by its tool.

Firefly is said to bring greater precision, power and speed directly into Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Document Cloud and Adobe Experience Cloud workflows involving content creation and editing, and is part of a series of new Adobe Sensei generative AI services on Adobe clouds.

The model has been a resounding success: since its launch, it has generated over a billion images. It is now directly integrated into Photoshop, Express and Illustrator. New features, such as “Generative Fill” in Photoshop and “Recolor Vectors” in Illustrator, have been developed, and Adobe promises to introduce more before the end of the year.

Prompt support in over 100 languages

Until Adobe’s announcement on July 12, the generative AI model set dedicated to design only supported the input of English prompts. Despite this hurdle, it has millions of users, whose main feedback was the regret of not being able to write prompts in their native language.

Adobe has answered their wishes and extended Firefly’s accessibility to millions of new designers: the package now supports prompts in over 100 languages, enabling designers worldwide to generate images and text effects in their native language, right from the web interface.

Ely Greenfield, CTO, Digital Media at Adobe, states in the announcement release:

“We’re pleasantly surprised at how quickly content creators have taken to generating hundreds of millions of images and text effects using Firefly, in just three months. Today, we’re making Firefly accessible to even more people by enabling them to write prompts in their preferred languages, a prerequisite for content creators to bring their ideas to life and create unique content.”

Firefly’s web interface already available in several languages

The Firefly beta version’s web interface will be available in some twenty languages. It is already available in German, Brazilian, Spanish, French and Japanese.

Translated from Adobe Firefly prend désormais en charge plus de 100 langues, notamment le français