Google recently announced upgrades to its Google Street View camera systems, including improvements in machine learning that’ll help automated systems read street signs, store names, and even identify logos or other images with no human involvement.
Meanwhile, Apple’s photo-editing program Pixelmator Pro is also about to unveil some new machine learning features that’ll offer more precision, automatic layer labeling based on content, and intuitive removal and replacement of some photo elements.
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In its most basic terms, machine learning gathers vast stockpiles of data and crunches them all together to draw conclusions and take initiative action drawn from that information.
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