Bing Search Tests Labeling Images With Nutrition Details

Jul 9, 2024 - 7:31 am 0 by
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Bing Chicken Plate

Bing is testing adding nutritional details to images in its search results. It includes labeling food products with "high calcium," "lean protein," "anti-inflammatory," and other labels.

I can't replicate this but Khushal Bherwani spotted this and posted several examples on X, here are those examples:

Bing High Calcium

Bing Anti Inflammatory

Bing Lean Protein

Is this a good feature? Do you see it?

Forum discussion at X.

 

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