The Google Area 120 team, a task force that creates experimental products, launched Keen, a Pinterest-like app that uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The new Google application is based on machine learning to help users find content they like. So far, Keen is available on the web, as well as on devices running the Android operating system. “At Keen (…) you decide what to spend more time on, and then you collect content from the web and the people you trust to help you make it happen,” explained the co-founder of the ‘app’, CJ Adams, to through a post published on the Google blog .
Users of the application will be able to create different ‘keens’ on any topic. For example: “bake delicious bread at home” or “start an indoor garden” . “The more you keep in a ‘keen’ and organize it, the better the recommendations will be. Even if you are not an expert on a topic, you can start creating a ‘keen’ and save some interesting gems or links that you find helpful. ” Users will then be able to select the content they like best from the search, share their collection with other users, or find new content based on what they’ve saved, according to Adams.
The ‘Keens’ can be public or private, so users can control the topics they want to share and even add people to collaborate in the collection.
“Keen is not meant to be a place to spend endless hours surfing. It is a place for your interests: a place to grow them, share them with your loved ones, and find things that will help make this life count,” added Adams. WhatsApp has worldwide failure: it does not show the user’s last connection Just a few days ago, Google launched another application with the Area 120 team called Tangi , which combines short TikTok-style videos with tutorials and tricks like Pinterest. Tangi wants users to share short videos of up to 60 seconds that “inspire creativity”, with cooking, DIY or craft content.