Google introduces new generative AI Magic Editor to Google Photos

Google, in its never-ending quest to make us all feel like underachieving artists, is about to release its new Magic Editor feature. Google is set to roll out its new Magic Editor feature with the launch of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones, making your subpar photo edits a thing of the past. Magic Editor, powered by generative AI, promises to do everything short of making you breakfast. It can reposition subjects, alter the foreground or background, and even fill in gaps in photos. Basically, it’s like having a tiny, tireless artist living in your phone, ready to fix your photographic faux pas at a moment’s notice. At a recent Made by Pixel event, Google took center stage to flaunt the dazzling capabilities of its new Magic Editor. The scene? A serene image of a person soaking up the beauty of a waterfall. But wait – what’s that in the background? A couple of photo-bombing tourists and an unsightly bag strap on the subject’s shoulder. Cue the Magic Editor. .stk-ea8d8a0{height:25px !important} With a few taps, the AI gets to work like a digital David Copperfield. First, it makes the intrusive tourists vanish from the background, and then it scrubs out the bag strap from the subject’s shoulder as if it were never there. And for its pièce de résistance, the Magic Editor flexes its “cut out” function. The subject is repositioned within the image with the ease of a game of tic-tac-toe. It’s like watching a magic show,…Google introduces new generative AI Magic Editor to Google Photos

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