LAST UPDATED: June 19, 2020, 2:30 p.m. EDT: CJ Adams got a new idea while working at home. He found that this idea may be helpful for people who want to learn something new but don’t know how and where to start. CJ Adams and four of his colleagues worked on this idea called Keen as part of Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental projects. And then secretly Google Launched keen, an AI-powered Pinterest rival.
Keen is being seen as a Pinterest rival as the basic concept of both platforms is almost the same. Keen can be used to curate content from the web on any specific topic. CJ Adams wrote a blog post on google describing the origin, development, and concept of the keen. Keen lets you curate content you love, whether it’s baking delicious bread at home, getting into birding, or researching typography. Keen will find highly informative content for you. With the help of Google AI machine learning, keen will find better and latest content for users.
Keen lets you to personalize the content you love. Just like Pinterest, you can save the curated content and keen will automatically suggest the related important curated contents. Keen lets users share the curated content with friends, who are also interested in that topic. The keen’s privacy can be private or public, so you control what is shared and who can contribute.
For every keen you create, we use Google Search and the latest in machine learning to remain on the lookout for helpful content related to your interests. The more you save to a keen and organize it, the better the recommendations become — CJ Adams
Keen is not made to endless hours on just browsing feeds, instead, it’s a place for your interests: a place to grow them, share them with loved ones. Keen application is available on Android, users can also access keen on staykeen.com