Google has launched multi-search beta testing, which allows you to simultaneously search for images and text in Google Lens.
Introducing multisearch, a new way to search with images and text at the same time.
See something you like, but want it in a different style, color or fit? Snap or upload a photo with Lens, then add text to find it.
Available now in the Google app → https://t.co/lgTIvXnCuB pic.twitter.com/YSHZi8uQ7G
— Google (@Google) April 7, 2022
The feature is available to US residents on the Google app for Android and iOS. To use multi-search, you must touch the Lens icon and swipe up to create a new photo or upload an image from the gallery. After that, in the text input field, you need to refine the request.
For example, a user can upload a photo of a dress and use text to search for a similar outfit in a different color. After clarification, Google will return the corresponding result.
According to company representatives, the function will help users to search where a text description alone is not enough.
“All of this is made possible by our latest advances in artificial intelligence, which make it easier to understand the world around us in more natural and intuitive ways,” Google said in a statement.
The company added that they plan to improve the work of multisearch using a large language model. MUMpresented in May 2021.
Recall that in March 2022, Google announced the use of AI to detect personal crises through search queries.
In January, the tech giant added automatic subtitle translation to its Meet video conferencing service.
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