This is especially useful for files where the text is in image format. Also, the tool will provide text descriptions for the images. Google promises this feature will be available “in the coming months” and plans to expand it to other platforms.

This innovation is part of an education initiative that includes app licensing for school Chromebooks and free access to Adobe Express in the US.

Source: Ferra

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