Google Photos is arguably one of the most popular and successful apps that Google has produced today. But that success is not stopping the company from continue to develop and push Artificial Intelligence – which is already deep inside photos – even further. Today at I/O, Google announced that Photos will be gaining several AI-driven suggestion features and the ability to add color to black & white photos.
The new suggestions will be based on the content of the photos and the overall quality of them. If there are pictures of friends for example which are identified by Google Photos, you could see a suggestion to share those photos with that person. Likewise, if a photo can be enhanced, the suggestions will give you one-tap ability to enhance the photo to improve it.
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If you use the Pixel launcher or the Google app on your Android phone, you will have noted a few changes recently to the feed in apps. The feed, which rolled out with the Google Now launcher, has slowly been improved to provide you more accurate or interesting information to you based on your habits. Today, Google has pushed the big red button and with a server-side update, everyone’s feed is now showing these improvements.
Inside the Google app, you will see a much improved lists of articles and topics that are potentially of interest to you. They did this by heavily leaning on Artificial Intelligence to bubble up things that you may find of interest based on other articles you have read or other interactions with Google along with local information on events happening around you.
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