Google’s AutoDraw uses machine learning to help you draw.
Arcade brings more than 100 games to your Apple devices. Google It's fall, which means we can now start playing games on Apple Arcade-- and soon on Google Stadia-- and stop wondering how the two.
Machine learning has massive potential in the entertainment industry, and the technology has already found a home in streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, and Google Play. Some algorithms are already being used to eliminate buffering and low-quality playback, getting you the best quality from your internet service provider.
The game generated more than 1B drawings, of which a subset was publicly released as the basis for this competition’s training set. That subset contains 50M drawings encompassing 340 label categories. Sounds fun, right? Here's the challenge: since the training data comes from the game itself, drawings can be incomplete or may not match the label.
Some of the pictures look especially creepy, I think because it's easier to notice when an animal looks wrong, especially around the eyes. The auto-detected edges are not very good and in many cases didn't detect the cat's eyes, making it a bit worse for training the image translation model.
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Google has created an interactive experiment called AI Duet, which allows users to play a duet with the computer. Play a duet with a computer, through Google’s machine learning.