iOS 13 introduced a new feature called VNAnimalDetector, which allows you to recognize animals in photos.
For this, Apple has greatly boosted machine learning and computer vision. The new “feature” is part of the Apple Vision infrastructure, which provides developers with tools for image recognition, and they are not intended for ordinary users.
The main difference from the previous recognition is that the function built into the operating system learned to search for animals in existing photos with people. Cats and dogs will be highlighted in a rectangle.
And if earlier developers had to write a ton of lines of code to embed a new tool in their applications, now only four lines are enough. [CNBC]