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A.I. Experiments by Google
Explore machine learning by playing w/ pics, music, and more
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@google has created an easy way to play around with A.I. and learn what it can be used for.
Quick, Draw is wildly addicting
. Smart way for Google showcase people's ideas and position itself on the forefront of tech. The cow-powered Infinite Drum Machine is kind of ridiculous.
@rrhoover Actually is the best way to get insights from users, and use this data for their A.I machine. We are just giving Google all the information they want ;) !
I'm gonna use quickdraw for inspirations..kind of takes away stress.. addicting
QuickDraw: finally a more objective Pictionary ;) (you play against a neural net)
Great way to get in tune with Machine Learning / A.I
I can spend hours drawing...Well played Google, Well played...
I've had so much fun playing this during my lunch!
André Filgueira Simões
Nice to see A.I. experiments! I'm excited to see they working with bots.
One step closer to machine take-over ... and I like it?
Binoy Xavier Joy
It' so cool to see technology💡 slip out from behind our screens 🖥 and spread like a thin layer across the world 🌍 . AI and ML are about to take over the world. Interesting times! 🔥
This is so fun. Giorgio is hilarious haha
Nice things are going fast...
QuickDraw... there goes my day.
Well this kills productivity for the day.
Coolest thing I've seen on the internet.
Of course, if it tells you to draw a basketball it assumes you followed instructions. Dangerous assumption.
To spare it more bad data, let it be known that there are certain body parts that it will never guess.
Putting my drawing skills to the test on the trackpad
I agree that Quick Draw is awesome but Giorgio Cam is hilarious. Image recognition put to music with some humor mixed in. Made me smile.
AI Experiments is a showcase for simple experiments that make it easier for anyone to start exploring machine learning, through pictures, drawings, language, music, and more.
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