AI Experiments by Google is an online platform that makes it easy for anyone to start exploring the world of machine learning through a variety of interactive experiments. Whether you're interested in pictures, drawings, language, music or more, there is something for everyone on AI Experiments.
One of the key focuses of AI Experiments is writing. Over the past 6 months, Google's Creative Lab in Sydney has partnered with the Digital Writers' Festival team and a diverse group of industry professionals, developers, engineers and writers to test and experiment with using machine learning to inspire writers. These experiments have set out to explore whether machine learning can be used by writers to unblock and enrich their creative process.
Another focus of AI Experiments is learning. The platform offers a fast and easy way to create machine learning models without the need for coding. Users can explore the layers of a neural network using their camera, and get a glimpse into how machine learning works.
AI Experiments also features experiments in drawing, such as a game where a neural net attempts to guess what the user is drawing, and the ability to draw together with a neural network. Users can also experiment with a neural net that generates handwriting based on their own style.
In the realm of music, AI Experiments has an AI-powered singing challenge that rates how closely the user's singing matches the voice of Freddie Mercury. Users can also experiment with a piano that responds to them and conduct their own orchestra in the browser using arm movements.
AI Experiments has plenty more experiments to offer, and it's a great way to learn about machine learning and how it can be applied to different areas. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, AI Experiments has something for everyone.