Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

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Google has released an update to its Google Photos app with four new features made possible by machine learning.

Today we’re bringing you four new features for Google Photos — three new ways for you to relive and the share moments that matter, and a quick way to fix some of those pesky sideways photos in your collection.

Here's a look at the new features...

1. Google Photos will now help you rediscover old memories of the people in your most recent photos. As your photo library continues to grow, we hope that features like this one make it easier to look back at your fondest memories.
Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

2. We’re making it easier to look over the most recent highlights from your photos. If you take a lot of photos of your child, for example, you may occasionally get a card showing the best ones from the last month. (Hint hint: grandparents would love to see these!)
Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

3. We've always made animations from photos, but now we make animations from your videos, too. And not just any videos. We look for segments that capture activity — a jump into the pool, or even just an adorable smile — and create short animations that are easy to share.
Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

4. When we find sideways pictures in your collection, you'll get a card that helps you easily put them right side up.
Google Uses Machine Learning to Improve Photos App

You can download Google Photos from the App Store for free.

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sckme - October 17, 2016 at 1:41am
fck every1 old skool way is the way to go everything remains private we should revert to sending messages via post and employ more people electronic life is no fun ...........
Vida - October 14, 2016 at 5:00pm
No THANKS ,
darkkent - October 13, 2016 at 4:21pm
This makes no sense. Google or their AI should not be combing through my images or videos. Smh. And there should be a option to shut it off
Dude - October 13, 2016 at 6:07pm
Yep, there's an option... it's called DONT upload to any cloud, save your pics to a USB and problem solved, otherwise Dropbox, Msft, google or even Apple will have your pics details.
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - October 13, 2016 at 2:00pm
If only they didn't compress (degrades the quality), and if only you could trust Google to keep it all private...
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