Watch: LG’s New ThinQ Technology Makes Photography a Snap

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LG just announced the G7 “ThinQ” smartphone. ThinQ is LG’s artificial intelligence designed to recognize what you’re photographing and adjusts the camera settings for a perfect shot. With the G7, it can recognize 18 different objects and subjects.

That includes people, flowers, pets, food, sunsets, sunrises, beverages, beaches, snow, low light, and “basic” auto modes.

Other smartphones use AI to recognize objects, but few adjust the camera settings based on what it is. What’s your favorite AI Tech?


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