CulturaTech Review ‘Picky’ iPhone App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Select Best Photos January 5, 20170 Are you one of those people who take numerous selfies before posting a picture on social media? Now the end of this habit might have come, with the new iPhone app called Picky, which selects the best shot from the myriad of pictures you have taken. Picky adopts an “intelligent, AI-powered photo curator” to sift through the plethora of pictures contained in each phone and select the ”perfect option”. Picky can make corrections, ranging from light to tone and skin corrections, as well as color modifications. Another interesting feature is how Picky sets up a photo collage and shares it across social media sites if multiple images are chosen. The app works offline and without permission, no pictures can go on the server. The app is currently available as a free download on the iOS App Store. Se você gostou, curta, compartilhe! Related tags : featured iPhone iPhone apps picky Picky app ticker Post navigation Previous Article Nero Ferrari F50, a Single Model in North America, to Auction This Month for $3M Next Article What are the Hottest Events for 2017? Related Articles BoatingCulturaHappennings July 17, 20180 Sleek Sunseeker-Built Luna Rossa Superyacht Hits the Market at $7.45M Offered on the cusp of the summer season is this 112-foot superyacht masterfully crafted by Sunseeker. Christened the Luna Rossa, it is priced at $7.45 million. Luna Rossa was built in 2012. In 201 Read More AutomotiveCultura March 16, 20160 The $1.9M Lamborghini Centenario Supercar Is a Tribute to the Automaker’s Founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, the man who founded one of the most iconic car companies in the world, would have turned 100 this year. To celebrate his memory, the elite car manufacturer that bears his name h Read More CulturaHappennings November 28, 20170 Land Rover Gives the Range Rover Sport a Plug-in Hybrid Version, Among Other Upgrades The newest 2018 Range Rover model boasts a number of upgrades, but the biggest news is that the automaker will debut a plug-in hybrid model for its 2019 line. Dubbed the Range Rover Sport P400e, th Read More Comment here Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.