Quick Draw, the AI of Google that tests your drawing skills

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    Google Quick Draw

    Google is betting big on the artificial intelligence and the proof we have with Google Assistant, the new virtual assistant that comes standard on the Google Pixel. However, it is not the unique invention of the company in this field, Google is also experimenting with other proposals in AI as a Quick Draw.

    Quick Draw is a tool able to recognize objects from a quick sketch. But despite being a simple game (very addictive by the way), behind it has a complex artificial neural network that is going to be more intelligent as we test our skills of drawing.

    Quick Draw

    how Can a neural network learn to recognize sketches? This is Quick Draw, a seemingly simple and extremely addictive online game in which it proposes to us to draw different objects or animals and guess.

    When we started to play we proposed to draw something, for example in the above image we are asked to make a sun, but you only have 20 seconds to do so. If you’re fast, and your drawing is relatively acceptable to the AI Google will figure and you will be able to move on to the next drawing. When you have completed six drawings the tool you will congratulate them for you or tell you that best of your drawings.

    The most fun of Goole Quick Draw is without a doubt to hear how is saying what you think your drawing as you’re drawing. For example when you draw an apple first said that he saw a potato, then a heart and finally guessed right, but only when we add the sheet to the top.

    As mentioned, Quick Draw is an online tool, so that you can access both from a browser on your computer and mobile, where it is easier to draw on the touch panel with the mouse. Try your luck and tell us what you have come for the drawings.

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    Quick Draw, the AI of Google that tests your drawing skills
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    November 16, 2016

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