Google Lens Turns Your Phone Camera Into an AI-Powered Visual Search Tool

Google Lens Turns Your Phone Camera Into an AI-Powered Visual Search Tool
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In addition to stepping on Photoshop’s toes, Google also spent some time at yesterday’s keynote showing off something called “Google Lens”: a technology that basically turns your phone’s camera into an artificially intelligent visual search tool.

Google Lens is going to work hand-in-hand with Google Assistant, using AI capabilities to identify objects in the world […].

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2017-5-18 18:46

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Google Lens will soon be available in several Android camera apps

Google's AI-based image recognition system Google Lens will be making its way into stock camera apps, the company revealed during its I/O 2018 conference this week. The tool— which identifies objects, landmarks, and more in the images you capture with your phone—was first revealed last year, later launching for the maker's own Pixel smartphones and then on Android and iOS in general. dpreview.com »

2018-05-13 19:01

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AI-powered Google Lens feature is now available on all Android devices

The latest update to the Google Photos app in the Play Store expands the Google Lens feature's availability from Google's own Pixel devices to all Android smartphones. Google Lens uses Artificial Intelligence to power its visual recognition algorithms and provides information about whatever your smartphone's camera is pointed at—for example, what type of flower you are looking at or reviews and other information about a restaurant. dpreview.com »

2018-03-07 18:16

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AI-powered 'Google Lens' is being integrated into Assistant on Pixel phones

With the Pixel 2 smartphone, Google introduced an exciting new software feature called Google Lens. Google Lens uses Artificial Intelligence to power its visual recognition algorithms and provides information about whatever your smartphone's camera is pointed at—for example, what type of flower you are looking at or reviews and other information about a restaurant. dpreview.com »

2017-11-24 19:26