Google Maps to ask you to identify and rate your uploaded food photos
After uploading online a photo of the food you’re about to devour, you can expect Google Maps to now pop up and ask you to rate them.
According to Ausdroid, Google Maps will first detect which restaurant you are at. As you upload a photo of your food, the web mapping service will offer you a comprehensive list of menu of the restaurant for you to select which dish name correctly matches with your photo or what you’re eating.
Google then goes on to ask you to rate the food either with a thumbs up or down.
Spoon said that the new feature may be part of Google’s broader aim of enhancing its artificial intelligence capacity.
Pictures taken under different angles and conditions whether they be in bad lighting or blurred may help Google better comprehend the world.