We all know that Google I/O has already started and the news is being presented. In Google I/O, Google presented the Google Lens, a new feature that will allow your smartphone to read and interpret images.
Google Lens Turns Your Camera Into A Search Box
Google I/O has already started and the news is being presented. The first of these is Google Lens, a new feature that will allow your smartphone to read and interpret images.
Google Lens is the result of applying Google’s artificial intelligence to your products. The company’s ability to read and interpret images has now been used for day-to-day use.
With this novelty, we will be able to “read” any image and automatically interpret everything it contains. For example, you can read any text in an image and pass it to your smartphone. We will be able to read the password of a router, pasted on the equipment, and have it available for later use.
With Google Lens, your smartphone camera won’t just see what you see, but will also understand what you see to help you take action. #io17 pic.twitter.com/viOmWFjqk1
— Google (@Google) May 17, 2017
Also in day-to-day contexts Lens will be able to be used. Let’s read information from any store and you’ll know where it is and what you can do there.
Google Lens comes to Google Assistant and Google Photos, where it can be used by everyone, to interpret images and the text they contain.
So, what do you think about this new feature? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.