With the use of its computer vision-powered software, Google Lens can diagnose skin disorders and provide relevant information about them. Simply by uploading a photo to Lens, the user may trigger a search for visual similarities, which will then cause the software to detect the skin condition, which may include skin moles, rashes, and other physical ailments.
In 2021, an artificial intelligence app was released with the purpose of diagnosing diseases affecting the skin, hair, and nails. The app made its premiere in the EU, but subsequently faced a ban in the US and permission was rejected by the US FDA.
The Lens has been successfully integrated with Bard, marking a significant milestone on the path towards the radical transformation of medical services via the use of artificial intelligence. Users are able to add photographs in their Bard prompts and then inquire of the chatbot, “Lens, what is it?” about the image’s nature.
In order to actively compete with Microsoft’s ChatGPT and Bing AI, Google is making significant investments in various generative artificial intelligence technologies. The business made the announcement a week ago that Bard is now capable of writing, executing, and testing its own code in the background, which improves the capacity to both programme and solve complicated issues. In addition to this, it has formed a partnership with Adobe to include art generation into its chatbot.
Google Lens is based on advanced machine learning, which lets it recognize things in photos and suggest what to do next.
Google Lens can tell you what’s in a picture. From there, it gives information that is useful. Google Lens is a tool you can use when you don’t know what to look for or want to save time.
Here are some of the things you can do with Google Lens, but not all of them:
- Add a business card contact.
- Take a picture of a book’s face to find out about it.
- You can add events from flyers or signs to your planner.
- Learn how to name animals and plants.
- Scan a product’s barcode to find out where to buy it.