So, I was reading the other day that Google is playing around with this new AI thing called Gemini. Apparently, they want to use it to analyze photos and text from stuff like Google Photos and Google Search to create a personalized life story for users. They’re calling it “Project Ellman,” and it’s a pretty wild concept.
The idea is to take data from different sources like photos stored on Google Photos and public information from the internet to create a more personalized chatbot. They’re saying it’s like if you could open ChatGPT, and it already knows everything about your life. Pretty nuts, huh?
This Project Ellman would use AI to create a biography of users from their personal data. The folks at Google said that they can’t answer tough questions or tell good stories without a bird’s-eye view of your life. They want to look at your photos, tags, locations, and all that to identify your life’s meaningful moments. It’s a bit eerie, to be honest.
But, they say it’s all about providing a more detailed view of someone’s life by analyzing things like graduation or vacation photos. Apparently, this Gemini AI model is gonna be able to piece together a whole bunch of info about you just by looking at your photos and search history. It’s like next-level stuff, man.
The thing is, this could also be used to predict what products you might want to buy or where you want to travel. Plus, it’s all valuable info for advertising, which is where the money’s at, right?
Crazy stuff, but also a little creepy, if you ask me.