If you enjoy telling machines what to do, then Google’s latest venture is a great opportunity to flex your coding muscles. Since acquiring DeepMind in 2014, Google has set about bringing AI to the masses. Now, the brand has launched an open source platform that allows amateur coders to submit their own AI experiments.
There are coding tools available to use as well as video content introducing the principles of machine learning. One of the projects already submitted is Quick, Draw! an AI form of Pictionary. Users are invited to draw an object and the AI guesses what it is – becoming more accurate every time as the AI learns the user’s style. Already, that feels smarter than most of us at Poke Towers.
Democratisation of AI? Or the rise of the robots? You decide.
Via. LSN Global