You might be an amateur artist. Wait, Google has got an exciting piece of information for you. It is launching AutoDraw, an app which makes use of the machine learning algorithms to match your doodles with professional drawings. It employs Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to create an artistic image out of a clumsy scribble that you make.
The software is a part of the Artificial Intelligence experiments series, which is yet another outcome of machine learning technologies employed by them. The technology is quite easy. What you have to do is, just doodle the image, whatever it may be, that comes into your mind. The AutoDraw software has algorithms, which can figure out what you are trying to draw. It will match your amorphous blob into perfect artistic works done by talented artists and will come up with better images of the same. In that way, the web-based tool that uses machine learning will turn your ham-fisted doodling into true art.
The technology is similar to the Google’s QuickDraw, which was a neat distraction. But AutoDraw is more perfect for those who would love to art into everything that they work on. From part invites to custom birthday cakes, no matter what it is, Google’s AI technology can assist in creating an appealing image.
Google is inviting artists to come up with images that can add up to the collections they already have. Artists are even invited to give suggestions about the selection of images as well.
Yes, AutoDraw isn’t always perfect. At times, it may create some bizarre images, which might not be the one you are looking for. But, you can always use the ‘free draw tool’ to create images, without Google looking over your shoulder. After all, drawing is not meant for everyone! Isn’t it?
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