Early on in the Google I/O 2017 conference Google announced what might be the coolest service of the whole event, Google Lens.

Google Lens is a set of libraries that can tell you what you are looking at from your smartphone, for example, you can point your phone at a restaurant and your phone will tell you what you are looking at and the information about that restaurant.

It’s pretty cool, but that’s not the coolest thing, it can automatically connect to your WiFi by simply looking at the sticker on the back of your router.

Google Lens will ship first in Google Assistant and Photos, they didn’t reveal details about elsewhere, or the exact date.


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