Google is a working Al model which can translate prescriptions written by doctors. The feature, which will be rolled out on Google Lens, will allow users to either take a picture of the prescription or upload one from the photo library. Once the image is processed, the app detects and highlights the medicines mentioned in the note.
How to use Google lenses to translate prescriptions written by doctors.
Before Going through the steps make sure that you are using the latest version of Google lens on your smartphone. You can click the links below to download the latest version from Google and apple app stores
Google Lens lets you search what you see, get things done faster, and understand the world around you—using just your camera or a photo.
- Open the Gooogle lens on your smartphone
- Now you can either scan the prescription or you can upload the prescription. If you want to scan the prescription you can directly scan the prescription. If you want to upload the image of the prescription you can tap on the image icon right next to the search icon. Now from the list of images, you can select the prescription image and then let Google lens scan the image
- Once the image is scanned Google lens will show the list of medicines written by the doctor. For safety, it is always advised to show the prescription to the doctor before conforming to the medicines.
- That’s it. This is how you can use Google lens on mobile. Google lens is also available on desktop. Follow this tutorial to get a Google lens on your desktop.
So, this is how you can use Google lenses to translate prescriptions written by doctors. The update for the lens will roll out to Google lens in the coming weeks. If you are unable to use Google lens to scan prescriptions you can use other alternative apps like the Prescription app on the Google Play store to scan your doctor’s prescriptions. Hope you find this guide helpful. If you have any suggestions you can suggest us at vinron.in/suggestions. For more helpful guides you can click the links below.