Google’s Use of Generative AI for Virtual Try-Ons

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Google has announced that it is introducing virtual try-ons to enhance its search functionality. The capability will allow users in the United States to buy clothes online by using generative artificial intelligence (AI) to display highly detailed images of clothing on real models with different body shapes and sizes. Most virtual try-on tools use techniques such as geometric warping to create dressed-up avatars, but Google developed a new diffusion-based AI model that shows garments on models in different poses. Customers can select a model with a similar body shape and size to see how the outfit would fit them. However, the try-on feature is currently only available for women’s tops.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Related to the Above News

What is Google's new functionality that it has introduced for its search feature?

Google has introduced virtual try-ons that use generative AI to display highly detailed images of clothing on real models with different body shapes and sizes.

How does Google's new virtual try-on tool differ from existing ones?

Google has developed a new diffusion-based AI model that shows garments on models in different poses, unlike existing tools that use geometric warping to create dressed-up avatars.

What can customers do with Google's new virtual try-on tool?

Customers can select a model with a similar body shape and size to see how the outfit would fit them before buying clothes online.

Is the virtual try-on feature available for all types of clothing?

No, currently the feature is only available for women's tops.

In which country is the virtual try-on feature currently available?

The virtual try-on feature is currently only available in the United States.

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Advait Gupta
Advait Gupta
Advait is our expert writer and manager for the Artificial Intelligence category. His passion for AI research and its advancements drives him to deliver in-depth articles that explore the frontiers of this rapidly evolving field. Advait's articles delve into the latest breakthroughs, trends, and ethical considerations, keeping readers at the forefront of AI knowledge.

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