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Adobe announced generative artificial intelligence (AI)-based capabilities for the web client and Acrobat desktop app. The software giant has added an AI assistant that performs multiple tasks and helps users easily understand and analyze large PDF files. One notable feature is the ability to summarize files and display them in formatted, easy-to-follow blocks of text. The feature is currently in beta testing, but the company emphasized that it will soon be available to Acrobat customers through additional subscription plans. The Reader app will soon be equipped with AI features.

The company announced the AI ​​feature in an X (formerly Twitter) post and showed off the creation summary feature in a short video. The AI ​​Assistant button appears in the top right corner of the Adobe Acrobat interface, next to the sharing options. Clicking the button will open a pop-up window with four options on the side panel. These icons include creation summary, chat, bookmarks, and menu options.

Generating summaries does what the name suggests: Import large files (supports PDF, Word, Powerpoint, meeting transcripts, etc.) and display a brief summary of the file. Below the summary, separate topics are shared in collapsible windows that users can tap to get information about specific content. You have the option to copy the text, rate it with a like or dislike, and report the generated content if it is incorrect.

Other things AI Assistant can do include adding citations to help users see where an answer came from, clickable links to help users navigate to what they need in long documents, and viewing information in formatted output. There are options, etc. Users can also ask AI-related questions related to the file content, and the chatbot will answer those questions. To protect user data, Adobe said, “AI Assistant features in Reader and Acrobat are governed by data security protocols, and customer document content is not stored or used to train AI Assistant without consent.”

The new AI assistant feature is currently available in beta for Acrobat Standard and Pro customers, as well as Teams subscription plans in English on desktop and web. This feature will also be available to Reader desktop customers in the coming weeks. As features move out of beta, Reader and Acrobat customers will need to pay for a new add-on subscription plan to access them.

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