At the Google I / O Developer Conference, Google announced that the Google Photos app should receive a number of upgrades to make it even more useful.
The San Francisco giant uses machine learning and groundbreaking AI to make interacting with photos easier than ever. These three new features are the highlights that you should really consider.
Automatic Face Detection
This clever new technology will make it easier than ever to share photos with the people in them. Google Photos uses face recognition to group photos of the same people. And even better, photos are stored in a folder where albums can be sent quickly and easily.
Based on your previous actions, the app recognizes the person in the photos and offers to send them a link. You can also set up shared libraries. These will notify members when new photos are added, and save each photo in each member's personal library.
KI can suggest immediate enhancements to your photos. The app will make suggestions, such as changing the brightness of a photo or changing the contrast, and you can make those changes with a single tap.
These suggestions vary from photo to photo based on what the AI sees in everyone.
Coloring and Selective Desaturation
New filters provide even better control over the look of your photos. Color Pop will selectively desaturate the background of an image, but leave the creative in full color, while the AI-based app can also color black-and-white photos.
Improved AI was a hallmark of the I / O conference. In addition to Google Photos, Gmail also gets a major upgrade that uses machine learning as part of a smart feature called Smart Compose.
This extension of Google's existing predictive technology will automatically provide Gmail with suggestions for completing emails based on your writing habits
This will allow the app to finish emails for you as you type.
Elsewhere, Google has also released more details about its next generation Android operating system.
Although we still do not know what the P stands for, we know that the operating system that is now available through Google's beta program will contain a number of changes that will meet users' needs.
An adaptive battery system will pay attention to which apps you use most and then prioritize use, while even more machine learning will provide an improved automatic brightness function.
Allows you to predict your preferences based on normal usage.
In addition, Google has highlighted measures to make your phone less intrusive ̵