Google has announced a new document browser app that automatically categorizes the documents you scan. Stack app allows you to lock your documents only with your fingerprint or through face lock; it also has a number of security measures.
New app from Google with both artificial intelligence and biometric security is coming
Stack, the latest product from Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental products designed to solve everyday problems, may be available soon. Area 120’s products include Google News, Cardboard VR headset and how to code; there is also the Grasshopper app, which teaches you how to write.
The new app is powered by Google’s enterprise DocAI technology, which is used for document analysis. According to Information provided by The Verge, Stack is believed to have developed the Socratic education app, which is currently owned by Google; It was made by Christopher Pedregal and Matthew Cowan.
Stack is powered by Google’s biometric authentication built into Android; allows access to locked documents using a registered fingerprint or face. Thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), it will be able to automatically sort scanned files and documents into different categories. It can also identify important information in a scanned document, such as the invoice’s due date, amount to be paid, or account number. Users will be able to search scanned documents to find the information they need.
Stack is currently an experimental app, so there’s also the possibility that Google won’t make it available. Or it can also be integrated into an existing application or service. However, many users already want the app to be available shortly.
Stack is only available for download through the Play Store by Google’s beta testers in the US. However, many sites have also released the APK version of the app.