Microsoft launches Pix to add artificial intelligence to your iPhone’s camera

Microsoft today launched Pix, a new camera app for iPhones. The goal is to make your camera smarter, so you can always get the best shot. Josh Weisberg is the GPM for Computational Photography at Microsoft Research, and his team made Pix. Weisberg used to be a photographer that shot the Seattle Seahawks, and he notes, “If you see it happen and you aren’t already taking pictures, it’s too late, you missed the shot.” This is something that every photographer – professional or amateur – knows all too well. The best way to get a great photo is to simply take a lot of them, because if you don’t, you’ll miss the moment. Pix will take a burst of 10 photos with each shot, some of which will…


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