Users can play with machine learning in eight applications created by the tech company

Google's AI Experiments feature eight applications with which users can play with using machine-learning technology. 

These applications vary in terms of functionality but work on either a computer or smartphone. One game, Quick, Draw!, asks users to draw an object in under 20 seconds. Once the requested object is drawn, the program begins seeing a pattern and then recognizes the pattern for future reference.

This pattern of understanding is a key method that Google Translate utilizes in order to understand the language someone is reading. More than just games, these apps provide excellent examples of how AI can assist in the production of future Google products and give useful feedback, ultimately giving users insight into how AI learns and gathers data.

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