Google used your pictionary sketches to teach its AI to draw

Google has been working on a wide range of AI-based projects lately – earlier this week, it showed off one that can identify what you’re trying to draw and surface clean clipart that resembles your doodle. Its latest experiment is called Sketch-RNN, and it’s a neural network system that has learned to draw on its own by looking at roughly 5.5 million sketches from people who played Pictionary with Google’s AI-powered Quick, Draw! game from last year. By triaging sketches in 75 different categories like cats, pigs and trucks, the AI can now draw basic representations of these things when…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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