After you finish eating Lens can help you with the bill too. Here's all that you can do more with Google's camera tool Lens.
Google Maps will be getting an Incognito Mode, the company announced at its annual developer conference, Google I/O. (You know you already search for this stuff - don't deny it.) Clearly, this new feature is the latest shot aimed at taking down Yelp.
Also, if you set a timer on a smart speaker or display, Google's rolling out a feature that'll allow you to stop the timer by just saying "stop", no "Hey Google" required.
In addition to AR, the image recognition of Google Lens to be improved: On Google I / O was demonstrated, among other things, as the smartphone camera captures a cooking recipe and automatically launches matching videos that show how to prepare the dish. We'll also begin to see more options to load Google's AR in search results, such as by putting virtual versions of retail products into a real-world view, so that you can compare a potential purchase with an existing outfit.
"For example, you'll be able to review and delete your location activity data directly in Google Maps, and then quickly get back to your directions", the company said.
Google is also working with partners like NASA, New Balance, Samsung, Target, Visible Body, Volvo, Wayfair and more to bring their 3D content in Search.
Gets more visual Google Lens taps into machine learning (ML), computer vision and tens of billions of facts in the Knowledge Graph to answer user questions.
Google also plans to bring Duplex to the web to help people complete tasks after searching the web such as buying movie tickets or making a reservation to rent a vehicle when traveling. Yes, it works exactly like what you would expect - Google something, and you can see it right in front of you. With a new update for dealing with menus, for example, Lens can highlight the most popular dishes right on the real-time view of a restaurant's menu.
AR is expected to be widely used for online shopping, where users can see 3D models of anything from new clothes to furniture.
Florida schools can arm teachers under new law
They then go through police-like training with a sheriff's office and undergo a psychiatric evaluation and a background check. Under current law, only teachers who also have another role such as sports coach are eligible to carry weapons on campus.