Only 'self-study' but Google's AI has identified billions of objects

Google's new photo-based application has been able to identify many objects, making it easier for users to take photos.

When released for the first time last year, the Google Lens photography app introduced itself with a prominent feature that recognizes objects that appear before the lens well. Based on the previous Google Photos platform, this application can initially identify 250,000 different objects.

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Google Lens can identify almost all objects in this world based on artificial intelligence.(Photo: Google).

Just one year after the launch of the user, Google Lens's artificial intelligence platform has learned for itself and identifies objects, bringing the total number of identifiable objects to over 1 billion. That is, almost anything appears in front of Google Lens, this software can determine what it is and will offer the most appropriate method of photography. In addition to the ability to identify objects, this application can read text and goods labels.

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Not just photos, Google Lens can recognize objects in real time.(Photo: Google).

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Google Lens can also recognize famous landscapes or any buildings in the city, providing great support to visitors.(Photo: Toms Guide).

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Google Lens identifies products and helps you order them quickly.(Photo: Digital Trends).

Google Photos is a place to store images of millions of users, so Google has a huge database for artificial intelligence to study. The ability to identify more than 1 billion objects is also applied to Google Shopping, helping to enhance the shopping experience of users. Although it does not sell everything in the world, it helps users satisfy the curiosity of searching on this system, whether it is a rare book or a gaming machine that has stopped producing for decades. .

That's not to mention the ability to accurately identify people through photos, or automatically connect to a wifi network by taking a photo of a WiFi router label, or manually copying information from a person's business card and saving it to the list. you. These features will soon be widely available for people to use in the near future.

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