Google has been giving students — and their parents — a few helpful tools to make studying from home a bit easier. Back in May, it launched an augmented reality feature within Search that lets you view 3D anatomy models and cellular structures. And soon the tech giant will help you solve math problems simply by taking a photo of them using Google Lens. The company is using technology from mobile learning app Socratic, which it acquired last year, to power the upcoming Lens feature. The idea is to make it easy to look up mathematical concepts giving you trouble, since you need to be able to understand them to be able to apply them. Sign up.
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Abner Li. After tapping the capture button, Google Lens will highlight all the equations or questions in view. Selecting one will pull up a sheet with options to copy the text, send to your compute r via Chrome, or edit the math equation. Users are then presented with a step-by-step breakdown and the answer. When pointing at a science question, the Google Lens Homework filter can surface Knowledge Panel cards with graphics and explanations of the underlying concept.
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New Delhi: To help Indian parents solve certain homework problems in the remote learning times, Google on Thursday said that users in the country can now use Lens to click a photo of a maths problem and learn how to solve it on their own in Hindi or English. Google Lens is an image recognition technology developed by Google, designed to bring up relevant information related to objects it identifies using visual analysis based on a neural network. To do this, Lens first turns an image of a homework question into a query. Based on the query, Google Search will show step-by-step guides and videos to help explain the problem. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
From the mightiest flagship to the humblest budget handset, your phone's camera is getting smarter. Google Lens is coming to all smartphones — both Android and iOS devices — and it's going to expand just what you can do with artificial intelligence. And now that the feature is expanding to an increasing number of Android phones, you may have questions about how it works.