The recognition system will make it possible to interpret difficult-to-read texts, including pharmaceutical prescriptions, which are often indecipherable. The new feature will be integrated into Google Lens and won’t require you to download a separate app. Users will need to upload a photo of the text from the gallery (or take a photo of the text) and wait for the recognition result.
As TechCrunch recalls, Google Lens is already capable of recognizing printed text, tasks, objects, animals, plants, food, and more. The app also has a built-in translator and document scanner.
It is not yet known which languages the system will support. Also, Google did not specify the specific timing of the new project.