Adobe Stock brings Reuters images like this one straight into Creative Cloud.

Adobe is teaming up with Reuters in an effort to strengthen its Stock app offerings. The move will bring Reuters entire video and still editorial collection into Adobe Stock, where users can license content directly within Creative Cloud. The company also announces a name for its machine learning and AI-based technologies: Adobe Sensei. Driving features like 'content-aware face liquify,' Sensei is also behind a new visual search tool that allows Stock users to search for images with similar content or a look and feel that matches a particular image.

Photoshop CC users will get a new universal search tool, and updates to Premiere Pro CC aim to make creating VR and 3D content easier. A new social publishing panel in Premiere Pro will facilitate video sharing and data analysis within the application. Design professionals will be most interested in the rest of Adobe's CC updates introduced leading up to the company's MAX conference, as Adobe Experience Design brings Photoshop tools like layers to an app for UX designers, and Dreamweaver CC gets an interface update. Photoshop Fix, Photoshop Sketch and Adobe Comp CC apps also see an Android release.