Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google.Absolutely love AutoDraw. It's also interesting to understand how it was built - have a look at QuickDraw, an AI experiment from Google where a neural net tries to guess what you’re drawing.
The VergeGoogle's latest AI toy may be its most clever: an automated drawing bot that analyzes what you're doodling in real time to suggest a more polished piece of clip art to replace it. Called AutoDraw, the software is another of Google's ongoing creative machine learning demonstrations that it releases as part of its AI Experiments series.
TechCrunchDrawing isn't for everyone. I, for one, am definitely not very good at it. But with AutoDraw, Google is launching a new experiment today that uses machine learning algorithms to match your doodles with professional drawings to make you look like you know what you're doing.
mirrorGoogle has released a new app that will make even the most cack-handed artists appear accomplished. Originally launched as an experiment in artificial intelligence, the new AutoDraw app uses machine learning to transform your crude squiggles into defined pictures and images. The web-based app is quick and easy to use.
Android AuthorityGoogle has created a new web-tool named Autodraw which uses AI algorithms to assist users when sketching, helping produce birthday cards, invites and more.