There’s always been a difference between computer memories and human memories – both have their pros and cons. If you were to describe a photo from 2 years ago to a mate, they might or might not be able to remember what image it is.
A new report by Windows Central suggests that Microsoft is updating its Windows Photos app by gradually introducing a brand-new smart search tool. Now what this new feature basically does is utilise artificial intelligence to recognize photos and classify them by following terms such as dates, colours, peoples’ faces, etc. It isn’t really the most revolutionary update, as we have already seen competitors such as Apple and Google release updates similar to this move made by Microsoft.
The feature also empowers users with the ability to search for photos via categories. If you are looking for photos of animals, you are free to search for them by using that search term. Windows Central claims that the feature is notably fast. At the current time, the update is only available for Windows Insiders, but for everyone else, we will probably see the feature included in the Fall Creators Update later this year.
Source: | WindowsCentral |
Via: | Ubergizmo |
Images: | WindowsCentral |