Google's I/O conference today included some information about updates for the company's photo organization app. Google Photos will use machine learning to analyze who's in your photos and automatically suggest photos to share. Suggestions will appear in the sharing tab on the Photos apps for Android, iOS and web 'in the coming weeks.' You'll also be able to set up shared libraries to automatically send photos to designated people – with the ability to share everything, or just photos of certain people, for example.

Google also announced it will allow you to create photo books from your Photos library, streamlined by a largely automated photo selection process. They'll be available to US users only at launch, and will start at $10 for a softcover book and $20 for hardcover.