Google wants to help you unleash your inner artistic skills and Picasso. The idea is pretty simple. You draw up whatever. Once you are done, Google matches whatever you have done with its own data base of art.
Google’s AutoDraw is a new kind of drawing tool. It pairs machine learning with drawings from talented artists to help everyone create anything visual, fast. There’s nothing to download. Nothing to pay for. And it works anywhere: smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, etc.
AutoDraw uses the same technology as another Google experiment called QuickDraw. It’s a mini-game that tells you which objects to draw, like an eye or a helicopter, then gives the AI 20 seconds to recognize it.
Google Auto Draw machine learning algorithm manages to come up with whatever you were trying to draw in the first place. Google Auto draw actually gives you a few options just to make sure that it has gotten what you were trying to draw. Simply choose one of those options suggested by Auto draw!
AutoDraw is more of a creative tool, allowing users to make things like posters or coloring books. But, both likely serve the same purpose of teaching a neural network to recognize doodles.
The app is free and it works on any phone, computer or tablet. It doesn’t require any payment. It’s offered free and you only need to go to Autodraw.com to start drawing. AutoDraw is Google’s latest AI experiment.
SOURCE: Google (The Keyword)