Googles AutoDraw uses machine learning to help you draw like a pro
Drawing isnt for everyone. I, for one, am obviously not very good at it. But with AutoDraw, Google is launching a new venture today that uses machine learning algorithms to accord your doodles with professional drags to originate you look like you know what youre doing.
You can use AutoDraw on your telephone or desktop and the experience is pretty straightforward. You simply start reaping your best copy of a pizza, or residence, ordog, or birthday cake and the algorithm try to figure out what it is that youre trying to draw. It then tries to match your squiggles with drags in its database, and if it procures any possible competitions, itll show them in a roster at the top of your virtual canvas. If you like one of those options, you simply click on it and AutoDraw ousts your clumsy start with something a little bit slicker.
Artists who want to donate their drags to the project can do that here, by the way.
This project actually uses the same technology as Googles QuickDraw venture.QuickDraw is more of a game, though, where youre trying to draw a payed object and hope that the AI algorithms recognize it within 20 seconds. With AutoDraw, you getmore freedom to experiment, and, while you could read all about it now, its possibly best you manager over to AutoDraw.com and give it a try.