Please create a spreadsheet of 4 influencers in the Photofinishing Software space (edit large quantities of photos) who meet the following criteria: only select companies with some sort of Artificial Intelligence. For each, please include Website,...

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Please create a spreadsheet of 4 influencers in the Photofinishing Software space (edit large quantities of photos) who meet the following criteria: only select companies with some sort of Artificial Intelligence. For each, please include Website, Tagline, Pricing, Trial Period, Cloud-based, RAW Files, Pure Artificial Intelligence, Human Involvement (Mix of AI & Human Editing), Patents, and Target Market(s).

Introduction

Several photo finishing and photo editing software programs claim to us artificial intelligence in their products, but the degree of AI and automation varies according to product. I was able to find four products that met the requirements of the client, and they are outlined in this spreadsheet.

Phototlemur

Photolemur seems to be the product most in line with the request of the client - it uses AI to automate editing large quantities of photos. Photolemur is fully automated and enables batch processing of photos using AI.

Pixelmator Pro

Pixelmator Pro is a photo editor that uses AI to make photo editing easier. While it is not specifically designed for editing batches of images at once, the ease of editing seems to put it in the photo finishing category. It has a greatly simplified interface to make photo editing easy.

ObjectAI

ObjectAI is aimed at the product photos market, and is specificially made to automate photo finishing as well. The technology focuses on using artificial intelligence to highlight the object or product in a photo to allow for automated editing of product photos.

Adobe Creative Cloud/Adobe Sensei

Finally, Adobe Creative Cloud has incorporated AI technology into several of its products aimed at photo editing and finishing. Specifically in the photo editing sphere, Adobe Photoshop uses Adobe's AI technology, called Adobe Sensei, to enable several automated features. However, they do not appear to use AI in their batch processing technology.
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