Google’s latest Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones were just unveiled this morning at an event in New York City. As expected, both phones are coming with a near-identical set of front-facing and rear-facing cameras that are powered by artificial intelligence. That allows them to do all sorts of algorithmic work behind the scenes in the form of new features, and it’s all powered by what Google calls its Pixel Visual Core chip.
Among the new AI features built into the Pixel 3 camera is a new shooting modes called Top Shot. Top Shot uses Google’s work in image and object recognition and computer vision to analyze photos and pick the best shots in a given batch. With Top Shot, you’ll be able to capture a number of photos before and after…
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