by Mark Smith article Google is expanding its AI-powered poster project, dubbed Kamikaze, to include all countries, including the United States.
Kamikazes, named after the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, are designed to simulate the effects of nuclear detonations.
It can be used to create a “beautiful and inspiring poster” that can be displayed for hours at a time, the company said in a blog post today.
Kamis also have been used to show people that their pictures are better than the others.
It will take about six months to complete the project, the Google post said.
The company said it was developing a new poster system that is more flexible, faster, and more reliable than existing posters, which it will use to improve its advertising platforms.
The posters will be used for both online and offline use.
Kamigos will be displayed in more than 80 cities across Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, and Kobe Prefecture.
Google said the posters will feature images and messages that are “informative, inspirational, and fun.”
Google said it will create a list of themes to help advertisers better use the posters and other ads on its platforms.
Google will also expand the poster’s use to more countries.