Google today announced something funny: It brought a feature from Allo, a sticker pack made up of user avatars generated from selfies on both the iOS and Android versions of its Gboard keyboard app. Starting the feature that starts today means you can take a selfie and then bring it into the Gboard app, which uses machine learning to turn it into a fun illustrated sticker pack. A combination of machine learning, neural networks, and artist illustrations means that it 's for the. English: new "mini" stickers give more than a quadrillion possible designs. "We believe that you have more than one side to your personality, so we have two mini styles: fat and sweet, so you can be sweet to a best friend and to your loved ones (or vice versa!). Each style has hundreds of stickers, so that you can express yourself in any style. "
According to Google, more styles will be added soon. All you do to make a mini is a selfie, and the stickers are made automatically to match your skin tone, hair color, hairstyle, eye color, face shape, facial hair, and more.
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Among other facts about the new feature, according to Google, minis were originally introduced as "selfie stickers" in Allo last year. With the addition of Minis in Gboard over 100 new stickers will be added to the existing collection. As a Engadget report finds, the new feature is another indication that Google Allo's features appear to be redistributing to its other products after Allo expired. For example, "Allo-specific Google Assistant features might refer to Android messages as a result of XDA developers' investigation," the website said.
Here's a quick look at the creation of the stickers: