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Gallery: An inside look at Adobe MAX 2018

Techday recently had the opportunity to attend Adobe MAX in Los Angeles, here are some of our favourite moments.

Throughout the three days, we were treated to showcase after showcase of Adobe's up and coming tech, as well as Sensei's latest abilities.

We also had the opportunity to sit in on a conversation with Adobe's executive team and get hands-on with the latest tech on the showroom floor.

You can take a look at the action below:

Day 1 Keynotes: 

Press briefing:

The showroom:

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