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Get Photoshop's generative fill for your videos

PLUS: Turn your nooby doodles into masterpieces


Good morning, human brains. Welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.

Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • Peep Adobe’s generative fill, but for your videos 🤓 🎥

    An upcoming tool that lets you add, remove, or alter video objects.

  • Get beta access to Dropbox’s new AI tool ✍️ 🔥

    Dropbox Dash is a universal search tool for your desktop and apps.

  • Turn your trashy doodles into masterpieces with AI ✍️ 🔥

    Adobe’s Project Draw & Delight creates vector drawings via text prompts.


It’s like Photoshop’s Generative Fill but for your videos 🤓 🎥

Adobe = busy little bee.

Yesterday, we covered Adobe’s new Generative Match featureyou can use it to generate new images by uploading reference images and using text prompts.

At its Adobe MAX event, it unveiled Project Fast Fill — which is like Photoshop’s generative fill feature for video.

Give me more rizz:

I haven’t had coffee yet, why do I care?

This means you can add, remove, and alter video objects by using text prompts.

It could save you time and reduce the need for tedious frame-by-frame edits.

Sounds complex. Learning new things is hard.

You just have to specify what you want once, and the edit will apply to the rest of the scene.

Adobe claims this even works in complex scenes with multiple lighting changes.

Remove those pesky humans:

Sounds great, I want to use it right now.

You can’t. Adobe teased this feature and gave no information about when it will be released.

Elephant in the room 🐘: Adobe didn’t specify, so when Project Fast Fill releases, will you be able to “expand” your video by auto-filling content outside the frame?

This was the coolest part of Adobe’s generative fill feature in Photoshop, which it claims Project Fast Fill is the video equivalent of.


Magically create video documentation with AI.

Tired of explaining the same thing over and over again to your colleagues?

It’s time to delegate that work to AI.

guidde is a GPT-powered tool that helps you explain the most complex tasks in seconds with AI-generated documentation.

Turn boring documentation into stunning visual guides.

Save valuable time by creating video documentation 11x faster.

Share or embed your guide anywhere for your team to see.

Simply click capture on our browser extension and the app will automatically generate step-by-step video guides complete with visuals, voice-overs, and CTA’s.

The best part? It’s 100% free.


Use Dropbox to chat with your data 📦 🛜

Dropbox launched Dropbox Dash in open beta — It’s an AI-powered, universal search tool.

Hungry? Oh, it’s not DoorDash…

What is it?

It’s a search tool that centralizes your Dropbox apps, tools, and content.

How does it work?

Use one search bar to search your Google Workspace, Microsoft Outlook, Salesforce, and every connected app at the same time.

So it’s a chatbot for your data?

Yup, and it’s not just for your apps. You can use it to search your entire desktop, including your open browser tabs, calendar, emails, and more.

How much does it cost?

Dropbox starts at $18 per month, and there are three subscription plans: Essentials, Business, and Business Plus depending on your needs.

This new Dropbox Dash is free to use.

So I should drop what I’m doing and shell out the cash?

Eh, if you’re already a Dropbox user, it’s worth checking out.

If you want to train an LLM with your own data for free, there’s a bit of a learning curve, but here’s a guide to get started with LangChain.


Turn your pathetic scribbles into complete scenes ✍️ 🔥

Why try, when you could AI?

More from its MAX event, Adobe unveiled Project Draw & Delight. 

It allows you to turn your chicken scratch into polished vector drawings via text prompts.

How does it work?

You simply do a quick sketch, explain the style you’re looking for in a text prompt, and select the generated images you’re happiest with. That’s it.

Let me guess, I can’t use it yet.

You’re right, and Adobe gave no information as to when it will be available.


Adobe’s Photoshop isn’t hard to use as far as photo editing software goes, but it can be hard to initially learn. Its new AI tools like Generative Match take some of the learning curve away. We covered it, here.


Think Pieces

AI isn’t just for tech companies. Here’s how fashion and shopping brands are using AI to increase customer experience and sales.

Market map of LLMs — more than 90 of the biggest LLM enterprise contributors across 12 different categories

AI drones = more vegetable crop yields? They accurately analyze individual crops to assess their likely growth characteristics.

Startup News

ElevenLabs’s new AI translation tool works for over 29 languages. It translates your words in real time and maintains the sound of your voice.

The EU warns Meta about “illegal content.” Specifically, it warns about the disinformation targeting the Israel-Hamas war.

Replit’s new AI model is now on Hugging Face. It’s open-source and free to use


DeepSpeed Ulysses — a method to efficiently and scalably train LLMs, particularly those that require exceptionally long sequences.

The role humans play to align LLMs — An in-depth look at the “helpfulness” of humans in RLHF.

CogEval — a comprehensive evaluation of the cognitive abilities of LLMs.


PlayFetch — add LLM features to your app intuitively and collaboratively.

Typeframes — AI tool that instantly creates videos from your website.

CallZen — analyzes your calls and provides detailed sales analytics.

Superdash — AI-powered tool for data extraction and data entry automation.


💡 Read Alts — Unique investment ideas for alpha-seeking investors, traders, and finance workers. Learn about exotic markets and alternative asset classes.


Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, a University Research Director and former Sony Computer Science Researcher published a paper on the development of digital microscopic organisms. It won a “Best Paper” award.

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Until next time 🤖😋🧠

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