Google came up with this experiment Quick, Draw! so as to teach a neural network to recognize everyday objects based on the rushed scribbles made by humans.

Google believes, if Quick Draw can figure out what humans are drawing, then it can do anything.

Quick, Draw! players are tasked with sketching out six different objects per game using mouse to touchscreen. The neural network has 10 seconds to figure out what the thing they’re drawing is supposed to be. Sometimes it works very well. Other times, not so much.

Video of Quick Draw at work

Once the game is over, players can look through drawings created by other players to see what influenced the neural network to recognize objects.

Head over to Quick draw and get your own experience of it.

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here