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Google Photos Is Getting More Inclusive Skin Tone Filters

Google says that the MST scale will help improve skin tone representation in many of its products and services, including Search and Photos. With the rollout of the new feature, users searching for makeup or beauty-related images will see a new option to fine-tune results by skin tone. According to Google, this will help users find what suits their skin tone the best. In the future, Google says it will use the scale to “better detect and rank images to include a broader range of results.” To make this more user-friendly, creators, brands and publishers will be able to use the MST scale to label their content with skin tone, hair color and hair texture to ensure that they show up in Google search for the correct query.

Google is also improving Google Photos by launching a new set of Real Tone filters that use the MST scale to refine the skin tones of people. According to the company, the new filters offer different looks to help users fine-tune their skin tone to reflect reality and represent their true look. To make this possible, the company says it worked with renowned photographers, like Kennedi Carter and Joshua Kissi, who helped Google in evaluating, testing and creating these filters. Real Tone filters will be rolling out to Google Photos on Android, iOS and the website “in the coming weeks.”

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Google Photos Is Getting More Inclusive Skin Tone Filters

Google says that the MST scale will help improve skin tone representation in many of its products and services, including Search and Photos. With the rollout of the new feature, users searching for makeup or beauty-related images will see a new option to fine-tune results by skin tone. According to Google, this will help users find what suits their skin tone the best. In the future, Google says it will use the scale to “better detect and rank images to include a broader range of results.” To make this more user-friendly, creators, brands and publishers will be able to use the MST scale to label their content with skin tone, hair color and hair texture to ensure that they show up in Google search for the correct query.
Google is also improving Google Photos by launching a new set of Real Tone filters that use the MST scale to refine the skin tones of people. According to the company, the new filters offer different looks to help users fine-tune their skin tone to reflect reality and represent their true look. To make this possible, the company says it worked with renowned photographers, like Kennedi Carter and Joshua Kissi, who helped Google in evaluating, testing and creating these filters. Real Tone filters will be rolling out to Google Photos on Android, iOS and the website “in the coming weeks.”
Source: Google

#Google #Photos #Inclusive #Skin #Tone #Filters

Google Photos Is Getting More Inclusive Skin Tone Filters

Google says that the MST scale will help improve skin tone representation in many of its products and services, including Search and Photos. With the rollout of the new feature, users searching for makeup or beauty-related images will see a new option to fine-tune results by skin tone. According to Google, this will help users find what suits their skin tone the best. In the future, Google says it will use the scale to “better detect and rank images to include a broader range of results.” To make this more user-friendly, creators, brands and publishers will be able to use the MST scale to label their content with skin tone, hair color and hair texture to ensure that they show up in Google search for the correct query.
Google is also improving Google Photos by launching a new set of Real Tone filters that use the MST scale to refine the skin tones of people. According to the company, the new filters offer different looks to help users fine-tune their skin tone to reflect reality and represent their true look. To make this possible, the company says it worked with renowned photographers, like Kennedi Carter and Joshua Kissi, who helped Google in evaluating, testing and creating these filters. Real Tone filters will be rolling out to Google Photos on Android, iOS and the website “in the coming weeks.”
Source: Google

#Google #Photos #Inclusive #Skin #Tone #Filters


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