AI-Powered ‘Suggested Actions’ Introduced For Google Photos


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Google Photos was initially launched 3 years back and since then it has been a home for all of your pictures and videos. Today at Google’s annual developer’s conference Sundar Pichai stated that around 5 Billion photos are viewed in Google Photos each day.

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The company at today’s Keynote announced a few new ways you can get even more out of your favorite memories. These new suggested actions will help you share a photo with a friend, brighten a dark picture, or hide a screenshot from your library in just a few taps.

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As you can see in the above-depicted picture – share photos with Lisa – pops up, you just have to tap it and it will be shared with the person in the picture.

Sometimes when you are taking snapshots of documents, you normally look for some third party scanner apps but soon Photos will be able to take those off-angle images, correct them, and turn them into PDFs for you.

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The new ‘Suggested Actions’ will also help you to recreate your black and white moments in colors – making moments even more real.

The new AI-powered suggested actions will be coming to Google Photos over the next couple of months.


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