28 Sep '17, 11am

Pinterest, Google or Bing: Who has the best visual search engine?

Google Goggles launched in 2010 as an early entrant to the visual search market Goggles still functions well on some landmarks, but struggles to isolate objects in crowded frames Google Lens scheduled to launch later this year (Date TBA) as a complete overhaul of Goggles Lens will link visual search to Google search and Google Maps Object detection is not perfected, but the product is in BETA Google is best placed to create an advertising product around its visual search engine, once the technology increases in accuracy

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