With the rapid development of technology, the way people communicate has undergone a fundamental change. While communication has become very convenient in the mobile Internet age, there is still plenty of room for improvement. Among the companies driving communication change is Microsoft, which is trying to make communication easier.
Microsoft has filed a patent outlining ways the company wants to improve and simplify communication. The patent, called “Start-up Electronic Communication Based on Photographs” (STARTING ELECTRONIC SECOM) AND DOES NOT REQUIRE THE NEED TO ENTER THE OTHER PARTY’S E-MAIL ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER, ETC. Directly analyze the user’s photo to have a conversation with the object directly.
In the patent description, it is written:
This patent covers a number of technologies that open electronic communications based on screenshots. In some embodiments, a computer system detects photos taken with photos taken by the first user’s smart device, identifying at least one other user. In some situations, information can be sent directly to an identified object.