Tracing with machine learning, Sensei, or something similar
My question is: Is there is any program or chance that the illustrator trace will use less points and be more accurate?
I love using the illustrator and I love tracing pictures with hand, but sometimes I just don't have the time or the energy to do it manually and the available trace solution is just not 10/10 for die cut lines and sometimes logo recreations (when the customer can send only a 100x100 pixel file, because of reasons).
If there was a chance you made something that would check, analyse, and learn from my (and other volunteers') manual tracings for the pictures used, i would LOVE to be a contributor.
The point is to use less points, more accurate curves and don't know what else should be more refined. Maybe the colours?
So please Illustrator team buy strong machines that could learn this by analysing hand tracing!
(Don't know how these work. Maybe send out 50 BW pictures and 50 coloured ones to the participants and gather the info?)
Thank you for your attention! And sorry if I misspelled anything. English is not my native language.
The current image trace is very good, but it's not any better than other auto-tracing tools I've used from other software packages. I would love to see this feature improved by ML through Adobe Sensei, not only for clipart looking images but photographic images as well (with options for different "styles", maximizing appearance while conserving space, etc...).