Google Lens Can Now Recognize Your Pet's Breed
Google is rolling out an update to Google Photos today that gives it the power to identify cat and dog breeds. The latest version of Google Lens, the search giant's image-based search tool, scans pictures of cats and dogs in users' photo libraries and attempts to match them to its own knowledge base. If it makes a match, Lens shows basic information such as the breed name, a stock image, a short description, and links to more detailed results. Google Lens is built into the Google Photos app. The new version of Google Photos also makes it possible to build a highlight reel from images of your pet, as well as search by breed, species, or emoji. Google says the Google Photos app may automatically create a photo book starring your pet. Google Photos is free to download from the Google Play Store
Google Lens Rolling Out to All Android Users in Google Photos
Google today said all Android users can try Google Lens via the latest version of Google Photos for Android. Google Lens is an image-recognition function that relies on mobile cameras to perform searches.
Google's Fur-tastic Google Photos Now Better at Recognizing Pets
Google today made it easier for pet lovers to manage pictures of their feline or canine companions. Google says Photos will now treat pets as the family members they are, grouping them alongside people and allowing users to name and/or label them.
iPhone Owners Gain Access to Google Lens in Google Photos
Google today said iOS users can try a preview of Google Lens in the latest version of Google Photos (v3.15). Google Lens is an image-recognition function that relies on mobile cameras to perform searches.
Google Lens Reaches Pixel Handsets
Google has updated Google Assistant on its Pixel smartphones and added the Google Lens tool it first announced back in May. Google Lens is an image-recognition function that relies on mobile cameras to perform searches.
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