Microsoft Pix wants to use AI to improve your iPhone photos

Image: Microsoft On Wednesday, Microsoft announced Pix, a new app that it said can give the iPhone camera “an artificial brain.” The app could help business users save time documenting projects, and take better photos for corporate social media. Pix was born at Microsoft’s Computational Photography Group. The app works by taking 10 photos every time you click the shutter, and then uses artificial intelligence (AI) to choose the best three to present to the user. A blog post announcing the app explained that it uses data from the burst of photos to “remove noise, and then intelligently brightens faces, beautifies skin and adjusts the picture’s color and tone. These best, enhanced images are ready in about a second.” Microsoft Pix can also take any physical motion captured in the…

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