It’s safe to say that the Google Assistant stole the show at the company’s 2018 I/O event. However, Google didn’t forget its Photos service, which is one of the most widely used image backup services. The Google Photos app will also gain some AI-based capabilities and allow users to perform actions suggested by the company’s machine learning algorithms while viewing their images. Users will be able to share, brighten, archive or share a photo and these actions will only be displayed on relevant photos, clicking on which completes the action. They will also be able to separate the subject in an image from the background using AI and leave the background in monochrome. The company has also announced a new Google Photos partner program for developers to support Google Photos in their product. Using the APIs, developers will enable options for sharing, uploading and searching images directly from Google Photos. In addition, Google says that thanks to AI, users will also be able to use the Photos app for scanning and converting documents directly to PDF files.
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