Google’s AI Experiments Use Machine-Learning Technology

Google’s AI Experiments Use Machine-Learning Technology

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

Zack Palm
  • 18 november 2016

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

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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.

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