Pinterest, the startup whose eponymous app lets people save content like images and recipes to boards that others can follow, has hired Randy Keller as its head of search, a new position. Keller joins after more than a decade at Google, where he was most recently a senior staff engineer and lead for ranking and features on Google Image Search.
More than 150 million users have logged on to discover inspiration on Pinterest. The company has just introduced a new visual way to search called Pinterest Lens, which allows you to find new ideas by taking a photo. Co-founders Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp join "CBS This Morning" to show how the new feature works.
When it comes to looking for something you want to try—a new pasta dish, a new pair of shoes, a new table for your dining room—you really need to see it first. Humans are visual creatures. We use our eyes to decide if something looks good, or if it matches our style.
Love is in the air–and not just because it’s Valentine’s Day. January through March are the busiest months for wedding planning as newly engaged couples start to plan. But instead of following the status quo, today’s brides try to make a statement. They want every detail to convey their personality and taste, from what they wear to the party’s stemware.
This week we announced Shop the Look, a new way to shop and buy products inside home and fashion Pins. With more than 150 million people discovering billions of ideas every month on Pinterest, and fifty-five percent using the app to shop and plan purchases, we wanted to make it easier than ever to go from inspiration and action.
Our mission at Pinterest is to help you discover and do things you love. Under the hood, we’re powering a visual discovery engine with 100B ideas saved by 150M people around the world. Today we’re introducing three new visual discovery products–Lens, Instant Ideas and Shop the Look–that turn any image into an entry point to finding more ideas.
Today we’re launching 3 new visual discovery tools that reinvent how people find ideas. Now along with being able to type in a search, people can also use anything they see—both on Pinterest and out in the world—as a jumping off point for discovering great products and ideas from businesses like yours.
At a media event at its San Francisco headquarters today, Pinterest announced the beta of its Lens feature for snapping a picture with the camera on your mobile device and then find themes and pins that are associated with those themes. The feature is being rolled out over the next few weeks on Android and iOS in the U.S.
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