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Greetings from Mi Community Bangladesh Tech Team. Google unveiled new features for Google Lens back in March, that included an Offline Translations and an Education Mode for Google Lens. At the time, we managed to briefly surface the Education mode and learned that the mode would allow users to solve math problems by pointing the camera at an equation.
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The new Education mode in Google Lens allows you to easily solve math problems by simply pointing your smartphone’s camera at the equation. The feature works pretty much like the Microsoft Math Solver or the Photomath app, making use of Google’s AI to identify the equation and then subsequently deliver a result.
This feature also brings related searches from the web and shows the users how it reached the solution. It’s worth noting that we aren’t completely sure of the new Education mode’s capabilities and whether it will be able to solve complex equations like Math Solver and Photomath.
Further, there is another upcoming Google Lens mode called Places that will help users recognize famous landmarks in a similar fashion. The feature didn’t seem to work when tried with images of buildings from the phone. The real-world live recognition of the buildings is something that has to be tested for effectiveness.
As of now, we are not sure if the recognition of landmark images feature will be added to the mode. We currently don't have any information from Google regarding these new modes or when they will be released to the public.
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