With Google lens, users can search for what they see with their cameras. And Google lens can now identify 15 billion things, up from 1 billion two years ago. It can help users identify plants, animals, landmarks, etc. < / P > < p > if users are learning a new language, Google lens can also translate more than 100 languages, such as Spanish and Arabic, and users can click to hear the loud pronunciation of words and sentences. < / P > < p > in the search bar of google apps on Android and IOS, users can use lens to get help with homework problems. Through step-by-step guidance and videos, users can learn and understand basic concepts and solve mathematical, chemical, biological and physical problems. < / P > < p > the new ar tool brings practical learning home, allowing users to explore concepts closely in their space, such as visualizing the internal operation of plant cells or elements in the periodic table in 3D. < / P > < p > another area where Google lens helps is in shopping – especially when the user is looking for something that is difficult to describe in words. With Google lens, users can already search for products by taking photos or taking screenshots. Now, Google makes it easier for users to discover new products when browsing online on their phones. When users click and hold an image on Google App or chrome for Android, lens will find exactly the same or similar product and suggest its style. This feature will soon appear in google apps on IOS. < / P > < p > lens uses style engine technology, which combines the world’s largest product database with millions of style images. Then, it uses pattern matching to understand concepts such as “Ruffle sleeves” or “retro denim” and how they match with different clothing. < / P > < p > when people can’t enter the store to see the products closely, AR can bring the “exhibition hall” to the users. For example, if people are buying a new car on the market, they can quickly Google it and see an AR model in front of them. Users can easily see the appearance of the car in different colors, zoom in to see complicated details such as buttons on the dashboard, view it in a beautiful background, and even see it in the lane. Google is experimenting with this feature in the United States and is working with top car brands such as Volvo and Porsche. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”

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