Legacy Republic has just re-confirmed its partnership with Google, while the company also announced its “Relive.AI”. As most of you know, Google I/O 2018 kicked off yesterday, and during the keynote, Google had announced its Google Photos partner program. One of the companies mentioned as Google’s partners is Legacy Republic, a rather well-known company in the photo commerce business. Legacy Republic says that the goal of this partnership is “to compile old memories and organize them with the newer ones”.
Having said that, Legacy Republic said that it will be among the first developers to launch the integration with Google Photos to their customers, while in addition to that, the company announced its “Relive.AI”, which is essentially a machine learning-based image-recognition system. Relive.AI uses computer vision model in order to automatically select your best family photos, so that you don’t need to do it manually. Legacy Republic says that people take tons of photos these days, and that they rarely go back to relive their memories, as there are tons of images to go through. Well, their Relive.AI is supposed to help people out with that, by automatically organizing their photos, highlighting some of them, so that people can relive their memories easily, hence the name of this image-recognition system. Legacy Republic said that it will launch the integration via the Google Photos Library API to customers later this year.
Legacy Republic can get your vintage memories modernized, says the company. You’ll need to kick things off by using “Memory Makeover”, as Legacy Republic will transfer all of your pre-digital memories into an online Family Legacy account, if that’s what you want. From that point on, you will be able to transfer those scanned photos from Legacy Republic’s Memory Makeovers to your Google Photos library. For those of you who do not what “Memory Makeover” is, that name basically stands for mail-in kits for photos prints, slides, negatives, and home movies. Legacy Republic, for those of you who do not know, is a company which primarily creates photo gifts and home decor, though chances are most of you have heard of them by now.