There isn't a lot of information about this Adobe App and whether this technology will be added to the desktop software yet, just that it's called Sensei and they have this video to show its potential. It uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to make your selfie or basic smartphone photo look like it was taken by someone who knew what they were doing. It can change the image to look more like it was taken with a professional lens, from a distance that is more common in portrait photography, and, to a degree, you can change the direction and angle of where the image was taken from.
Portrait masking allows you to blur out the background and get some eye pleasing bokeh, which isn't currently something you can do on a smartphone. It can also use color styles of images you find online and it will apply it to your selfie. This seems to be using the technology Adobe developed with the Cornell University.
We don't know when this app and technology will become available, but it's an interesting peek into the future of what our mobile phones will be able to do. For us portrait photographers, we're going to have to up our game.