Google launches competitor Keen Image Service Pinterest.
Google has launched a new experimental application that uses artificial intelligence in the field of images called Keen may be considered a competitor to the Pinterest service. The service builds keen, which is the primary theme for which you will collect related images. You can share your collection with others and even find more photos based on your photos and interests. It is clear that the purpose of the service is currently to review Google's capabilities in artificial intelligence to identify images and their contents and suggest them according to interest. Keen is similar to the Pinterest Service in terms of the tablet on which images are attached, and the images are related to themes, interests or hobbies. Google tries to excel on Pinterest through its machine learning capabilities. It seeks to increase the accuracy of the proposed images related to the interests of the user. In any case, like all the experimental applications launched by the company's internal speed, known as the Area 120 team, it may not receive success and great attention and shut down after a year or less, but it remains a living model to test the ideas and capabilities that are available to them. Keen is currently only available on the web and Android. The application can be downloaded.