Google+ Uses Machine Learning to Display High Resolution Images at a Third of the Bandwidth

Artificial intelligence and machine learning to a significant leap in 2016 with Google launching Assistant for its Pixel and Home products. The company in November also showed off a machine learning technique called RAISR that could be used to enhance low-res and blurry images. 2017 will be no less for Google, which looks to improve the technology further. The RAISR technique is now being used in Google+ which will display high resolution photos using only a third of the bandwidth. Google in a blog post said that its social networking platform, Google+, will now use the new Rapid and Accurate Image Super-Resolution (RAISR) software which, through machine learning, will allow users to see large high-resolution photos while using 75 percent less bandwidth. This will significantly help those who find themselves…


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