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Google's new AI experiment 'Quick, Draw!' is worth a try

17 November 2016 4

Google, one of the most innovative companies in the world is not new to cloud-based AI technology. They have published numerous experiments in this field, including AI that invents its own data encryption strategy. The latest and most eye-catching one is ‘Quick Draw’. It uses the same technology used to interpret written symbols on Google Translate, and it attempts to guess what the user is drawing. When it's started, the user is prompted to draw a specific thing, and then it attempts to decipher it until it wins or time runs out.

After six rounds, it provides the user with information about all their drawings, including other guesses and what other users provided. And it is programmed to learn from every drawing, thus making it smarter with more number of inputs from users.


It is rather addictive, as games such as these are meant to be. Even though a lightweight one, this game has every capability of being a total stress buster and a time pass.


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