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Google Photos uses facial recognition to identify your dogs and cats

Google Photos uses facial recognition to identify your dogs and cats
Photo by Wells Baum

If you’re looking for the best photo-backup service, look no further than Google Photos. Not only does it free up phone space, it creates gifs, adds filters, and stitches images together for you using the magic of artificial intelligence. In the age of image surfeit, Google Photos has been a blessing in disguise, helping people decide what to post or share with friends and family. But today’s news is by far my favorite.

Using its human face identification technology, Google can now detect individual cats and dogs instead of bunching all the animals together. It can even narrow results down to a specific breed. You can also search by Google Photos uses facial recognition to identify your dogs and catsor Google Photos uses facial recognition to identify your dogs and cats emojis.

Google Photos uses facial recognition to identify your dogs and cats

It’s about time pets got some recognition. See what I did there 😉

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.