There is no doubt that Google Photos is one of the most powerful tools created by Google, and the service continues to improve with various additions. And while these have focused on the evolution of the service’s video editor, which has moved from the app to the browser itself, now it’s the search engine’s turn.
In Google Photos, it’s relatively easy to find photos in our library if we have an idea of when they were taken or who was there. This is achieved through internal labeling achieved by artificial intelligence that coordinates these tasks, and now it is about to improve with the use of labels that will allow an even more precise search
Advanced tags assigned by an AI
The discovery of these future beacons is the responsibility of Jane manchun wong and in them you can see that Google is preparing an even more precise AI-based tagging system. Although what is not known is when these new tags will arrive in the Google Photos catalog so that we can start using them in the search for stored images.
Now we can do simple searches like locating specific sites or people, dates and more advanced searches. Soon, Google Photos will allow us to search “Moving photos ”,“ Selfies ”or“ Videos ”
Google Photos is working on filters to refine search results pic.twitter.com/p0toFGKPTx
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Advanced search filters can also be combined so that we locate the selfies to specific dates or places etc. But as we say, it’s not yet clear when these new advanced tags will start working so that no photographs from Photos are left out of our searches.
Via | 9to5Google