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Chrome Users Can Now Translate Image Text With Google Lens On Desktop

Searching for images on Google is something that most people tend to do because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing them to improve their research potential in a truly tremendous way. Google Lens is one of the most pertinent services offered by the tech giant that really improves the average users ability to get more information about an image that they might be interested in.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that the latest update to Google Lens (sometimes also known as Google Images search) might just take its capabilities to a whole new level. The neural network has already been quite effective in terms of giving people details about an image that they might not otherwise have been able to ascertain but this latest update is interesting because it enables users to translate the text contained within the image to a wide range of other languages.

This is a huge upgrade, one that could definitely help in terms of breaking down cultural and linguistic borders for the most part. When you use Google Lens to search for a selected image, you will now be shown three options underneath the image which will be displayed on the left hand side. These options are Search, Text and Translate.

The right side of this page will contain all of the relevant links that can be used for research purposes and the like. Such updates can do wonders for exclusivity, since they can allow people to understand what others are trying to say with all things having been considered and taken into account.

While the translations are not exactly as perfect as some would like them to be, bear in mind that this is an AI which means that it will continue to learn over time. Chances are that it might become truly advanced in the coming years, so much so that the quality of its translations will start to improve rather dramatically. It will be interesting to see what other updates Google is currently working on.
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