How Does Google “Quick, Draw!” Work? This Game Makes Learning About Artificial Intelligence Fun

Google is known for being at the forefront of technological innovation, from its daily animated doodles to its virtual reality headset, Google Cardboard. Now, the tech giant has released a new artificial intelligence (AI) experiment called “Quick, Draw!” that anyone can play. How Google “Quick, Draw!” works is pretty fascinating; the Pictionary-like game relies on machine learning to guess what it is you’re drawing. I’m not much of a sketcher or drawer, but “Quick, Draw!” is definitely inspiring me to bring out my inner artist.  “Quick, Draw!” is by no means the first AI experiment that Google has undertaken, but it’s definitely one of the more fun projects currently available for people to explore. To play the game, head over to the “Quick, Draw!” site, where you’ll be given six different prompts, one after another. The prompts are…


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