The researchers trained the AI system by feeding data on original and altered content.
Adobe has dozen of creator tools to help them make their imagination come alive. However, often these tools are misused to circulate false imagery or distorted content.
To address this, Adobe researchers are working on a tool that uses AI to detect edits to images that were made using Photoshop's Face Aware Liquify feature. The effort is part of a broader effort to detect an image, video, audio, and document manipulations, the official blog notes.
The researchers trained the AI system by feeding data on original and altered content. It was found that human eyes were able to judge the altered face 53 per cent of the time, while the AI tool achieved 99 per cent accuracy.