Q&A: Adobe VP of Marketing on the cornerstones of AI – responsibility, accountability & transparency

Mobile Marketing Magazine sits down with Adobe’s, Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Communications, Stacy Martinet to address the implications of AI on deepfakes, the fusion of AI and storytelling and


In Pictures: Adobe uses AI to reimagine UK locations as F1 tracks

Adobe has partnered with artist Rich McCor, also known as Paperboyo on social media to show what circuits would look like in famous locations across the UK and Ireland, ahead of the


Adobe and Figma terminate £16bn merger

Adobe and Figma have announced they are mutually terminating their merger agreement, which would have seen Adobe acquire Figma’s platform for $20 billion (£16 billion). In a statement, the computer


VidMob picks up $50m in funding backed by Adobe and Shutterstock

VidMob will use the round – which takes the total it has raised across rounds to almost $100m – to support its global expansion, new eCommerce initiatives, ongoing investment into advanced technology, and data science


Movers and Shakers: Dentsu, Vungle, Salesforce, Adobe, Group Nine, and more

The mobile marketing industry is ever-changing, and that applies to the people as much as the technology. Movers & Shakers is our regular feature following the hottest hires in the


Adobe, Twitter, New York Times join forces to fight fake content

The Content Authenticity Initiative will see Adobe develop a content attribution system


Adobe unveils new AI-powered Photoshop Camera app

The Photoshop Camera app is powered by Adobe Sensei


“We want to free the fun”: Three on its digital transformation

Three’s Darran Kolodziej, digital insight manager, and Ruphinder Chahal, eCommerce execution consultant, talk abot the mobile network provider’s digital transformation


Businesses aware of need for personalisation but suffer from data and tech shortcomings

Adobe research finds that a lack of data skills, no data-centric culture, and no unified tech plaform stop businesses from personalising customer experiences


Gen Z are the most likely to be influenced online

People who are part of Generation Z are the most likely age group to be influenced by the things they see on the internet, despite being the first generation to

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