It will show you the details about that specific monument. We know that the Lens is already available in Google Photos since a long time ago. Furthermore, the integration of Google Lens on Google Assistant required no app update as it was a server-side change.
Google has reportedly started rolling out visual search feature "Google Lens" in Assistant for the first batch of Pixel and Pixel 2 smartphones, which the company had announced during Google I/O October 4 event. It's safe to state this will make Lens more helpful, however, paying little mind to what you're utilizing. It will automatically open the camera, capture a photo for you, and will tell you about it.
The Most Dramatic Looks of the 2017 American Music Awards
The acknowledgements towards Ross extended beyond her tribute at the end of the ceremony. "I feel so humbled by this". Click through above for every look from the AMAs red carpet. "Through it all, there has always been music".
Google Lens was first announced by the search giant earlier this year.
Pixel owners won't have to go through all these steps soon as some users have taken to Reddit to report that the Google Assistant has gotten a new camera button on the bottom right corner. Now you can't read the road signs or billboards or any other text written here and there, Google Lens will be a great help for you there. They then have to tap on the object that they want to search and Assistant then relies on Lens to come up with the relevant contextual information.
The US military has banned all service members in Japan from drinking
"Effective immediately, US service members on Okinawa are restricted to base and to their residences", the announcement read. The Japanese driver of the minitruck, later identified as 61-year-old Hidemasa Taira, was confirmed dead at a hospital.
Google is featuring most of its products in Google Assistant and that is very convenient for the customers as they don't need to switch multiple applications to perform different tasks. It is exactly same as what we have seen in the Google Photos app.
Germany bans children's smartwatches over privacy concerns
A large number of providers in Germany sell smartwatches designed for children between the ages of 5-12 years old. It seems that some parents have been using the devices to secretly monitor teachers.