Google Lens can identify dog and cat breeds

Google Lens aims to make cameras smarter by giving information about photos. Now, it is even smarter by being able to identify pet breeds.
Currently, the augmented reality feature can recognise objects such as flowers and hands, restaurants, languages, barcodes, and more. It then pulls up information about the object.
It can, for example, identify a drink and then tell a user how to make it. It can also translate languages, read barcodes, provide reviews about a restaurant, and direct the user to the nearest florist. With the recent update on National Pet Day, Google Lens can now also identify cat and dog breeds. Google did not specify which breeds the app will be able to accurately tell, although, it did say that it encompasses popular breeds.
If it cannot identify the breed, Google Lens will provide a list of other breeds that might be a match. It’s not always accurate as of now, especially if the animal is a mixed breed.
Google Photos also makes it easier to search through photos by letting users search by breed, species, and emoji using the dog or cat emoji. Google Lens can also recognize lizards, so people can also search for pictures of a gecko, for instance, in their gallery.
Users are also now able to label their pets so that Google Photos can quickly pull up their photos when the user needs them. They can also make specific search keywords such as “Oliver park” if they are looking for pictures of Oliver in the park.