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Google created a new math filter for Google Lens that can help users solve questions. With the new filter, users can take aperture of a math problem, and following this, they will receive a step by step guide to solving the question. Google did not indicate when the filter would be released to the public. The new filter could help students as remote learning will continue in the fall for many different regions.
The new math filter was made possible by using technology form a mobile app company named Socratic, which Google purchased last year. Although Google’s math filter is not currently available, the Socratic app can be downloaded for iOS and Android devices.
In addition, Google has also announced that Search now has nearly 100 STEM-related 3D objects you can explore. If you search for “Quantum mechanical model,” for instance, you’ll be able to observe a 3D atom model superimposed against your environment. Jennifer Holland, Google’s Director of Program Management for Education, has also highlighted other tools that can help students who need to stay home due to the pandemic. She touched upon Read Along, which could foster kids’ love for reading, Google Meet’s live caption and a smart speaker feature called Family Bell that can keep you on track by announcing when it's time to start an online class and when it’s time to take a break.