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Technology Google Lens can identify dog and cat breeds

18:42  12 april  2018
18:42  12 april  2018 Source:   engadget.com

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Last year Google announced that Photos search can comb through your library by particular breed , species (including animals that aren't cats or dogs ) Update:Android Police found notes about these features in Lens last month in the Google Support forums. It also can identify different plants and

If you love dog and cat pictures but have trouble identifying their breed , Google Lens is here to help. The Google Photos app on Android and iOS devices is now able to use Google Lens to identify cat and dog breeds in photos.

a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by Engadget Now that the Android-first Google Lens has finally rolled out to iOS devices, nearly all mobile users can appreciate its newest feature: Identifying pet breeds. Yes, the might of artificial intelligence has been mustered to determine what kind of dog or cat is in the photo you just took.

a close up of a device © Google You can also use Lens to comb through your photos searching by particular breed, species (including animals that aren't cats or dogs) or emoji. Which could be helpful if you want to find the latest pic of your sibling's pet but don't want to sift through your entire camera roll. The announcement came with a few reminders of what Google Lens could already do, like make photo books or videos of your favorite weird animals.

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