Finally arrives on the desktop Google Lens, the image recognition service based on artificial intelligence. Previously the tool was incorporated into Google Photos and now it will be taken to the next level thanks to integration with the desktop version of Google Chrome.
Chrome has long offered the ability to search from an image. This feature will now be enhanced by the use of Google Lens. By right-clicking the desired image and selecting “Search with Google Lens” you will be taken to a specific page of the website http://lens.google.com/search.
Here the artificial intelligence algorithm will find related images and search terms, as well as a link to the most relevant Wikipedia page. It was already possible to do something similar from mobile, but integration with desktop devices is a significant novelty.
Google Lens will be integrated into Chrome 92, the new version of the browser coming in the coming months.
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