Google launches AI-driven drawing app AutoDraw
Google has just come up with a tool that promises to make things much easier for those who find it tough to draw on their computer or phone. The web-based AutoDraw can be useful even to artists used with their tablet or pen-enabled touchscreen when they have to draw quick sketches using a mouse they touch for the first time.
According to Google, AutoDraw is "a new web-based tool that pairs machine learning with drawings created by talented artists to help you draw." Since it is a web-based tool, it works on all devices that have a web browser and their screen is large enough - desktop PCs, laptops, convertibles, tablets, smartphones, or phablets.
AutoDraw is considered by Google to be an AI experiment at this stage, but it can be a useful tool to many users of the world wide web even in its current stage. Those interested can submit their drawings to improve the existing collection of shapes as well.
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