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Adobe Acrobat Reader on iOS, Android smartphones and Tablets now lets you to Scan Documents

With the "Scan" feature, people can capture multiple scans of forms, receipts, contracts and turn them into storable and shareable PDFs

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New Delhi, November 23, 2016: Software major Adobe on Wednesday released new scanning functionality in Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile for iOS and Android smartphones and tablet users.

With the new scanning component directly into the Reader mobile app, users now have the ability to snap a picture of anything and turn that ‘scan’ into a signable, shareable, storable and secure PDF for free.

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Recently, Adobe unveiled Adobe Sensei, a new framework and set of intelligent services built into the Adobe Cloud Platform for improving customer experiences.

“Leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning capabilities in Adobe Sensei, our engineers at Adobe India have played an instrumental role in developing the all new mobile Scan feature innovation in Acrobat Reader,” said Shanmugh Natarajan, Executive Director & VP (Products), Adobe India.

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It uses features like PDF boundary detection, perspective correction and enhanced text sharpness -” making scanning from paper to PDF on mobile faster and easier than ever before,” Natarajan added.

More than 300 million people are using the free Acrobat Reader mobile app to view, annotate, send and save PDFs at home and in the office.

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“The release of the new Scan feature in Acrobat Reader mobile is the latest example of how Document Cloud uses sophisticated technology to make the lives of our customers easier and more productive,” added Kulmeet Bawa, Managing Director, Adobe South Asia.

With the “Scan” feature, people can capture multiple scans of forms, receipts, contracts, post-its, whiteboards, and more and turn them into storable and shareable PDFs. (IANS)

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Raja Chari: Indian American Astronaut chosen by NASA

Raja Chari, an American of Indian descent, has been chosen by NASA as one of the 12 astronauts for a new space mission.

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  • Raja Chari is an American of Indian descent chosen by NASA for the new batch of astronauts
  • Currently, he is a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Air Force
  • Chari will have to go through two years of astronaut training which begins in August

June 06, 2017: NASA has chosen 12 astronauts out of a record-breaking 18,300 applications for upcoming space missions. An American of Indian descent, Raja Chari, has successfully earned his spot in the top 12.

The astronauts were selected on the basis of expertise, education, and physical tests. This batch of 12 astronauts is the largest group selected by NASA since two decades. The group consisting of 7 men and 5 women surpassed the minimum requirements of NASA.

Born in Waterloo, Iowa, Chari graduated from Air Force Academy in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in Astronautical Engineering and Engineering Science. He went on to complete his master’s in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The astronaut is also a graduate of US Naval Test Pilot School.

Currently, Raja Chari is a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Air Force. He is the commander of 461st Flight Test Squadron and director of the F-35 Integrated Test Force at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

After Late Kalpana Chawla, Lt. Col. Raja Chari is the second Indian American astronaut chosen by NASA.

The 12 astronauts will have to go through two years of training. Upon completion, they will be assigned their missions ranging from research at the International Space Station, launching from American soil on spacecraft by private companies, to flying on deep space missions on NASA’s Orion Spacecraft.

The US Vice-President Mike Pence visited the Johnson Space Centre in Houston to announce and congratulate the new batch. Pence also said that President Trump is “fully committed” to NASA’s missions in space.

by Saksham Narula of NewsGram. Twitter: @Saksham2393