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41 FOR TURNING CAMERAS INTO KEYBOARDS

Sharp and Silbermann are focused on building a social network that empowers people.

Seven years after encouraging users to curate the internet with photos rather than hyperlinks, Pinterest cofounders Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp have unveiled their next act: Pinterest Lens, which launched last February and enables people to search for information and inspiration simply by aiming their phones’ cameras at objects around them. With advertisers increasingly embracing Pinterest—2017 revenue was reportedly just shy of

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