Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O 2023, was big on AI publicity. The Google Bard received major updates including multimedia capabilities, PaLM 2 was introduced, MusicLM was unveiled and there were also several AI additions to Google Workspace. Today, the company unveiled additional AI features and tools. Surprisingly, these tools are so out of this world that they can help you identify skin conditions, virtually try on clothes, and navigate the streets.
Check out all the new features announced.
1. Virtual trial
Have you ever shopped online but wondered if the clothes are appropriate? If so, Google’s new AI tool will help. Google’s Virtual Try On feature allows users to see clothes based on their body type. How it works? Well, Google took pictures of 80 models, 40 men, 40 women, in different poses and with different body types. When you select an item of clothing, Google allows you to place it on a model of your choice to see how it will fit. There’s also a drop-down menu in case you want to see similar clothing styles.
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2. Ask about skin diseases
Google Lens is getting an add-on that will allow you to take a photo of your skin and it will attempt to determine your skin condition, removing the need to take photos and upload them to medical forums to determine the condition. According to Google, this new Google Lens feature will also be able to solve skin puzzles like “a bump on the lip, a line on the fingernail, or hair loss on the head.”
While the full route render was announced during Google I/O 2023, it was initially available in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo. Now Google has announced that it will be available in four more cities – Amsterdam, Dublin, Florence and Venice, and will include more than 500 landmarks around the world. On top of that, Google will also be rolling out Glanceable Directions later this month that will let you peek at the estimated time it will take you to get to your destination without having to start navigating.