Quick, Draw! is an online game developed by Google that uses machine learning to recognize and identify doodles drawn by users. The game prompts players to draw a doodle within 20 seconds, and the machine learning model tries to guess what the doodle represents. Quick, Draw! offers an engaging and educational experience for kids by combining art, technology concepts. It fosters creativity, critical thinking, and an understanding of how computers can interpret visual information.Try it!
Use of Machine learning in smart phones
AI algorithms extract unique facial features from the detected faces and authenticate the user to access the phone
By analyzing the image content, AI algorithms can identify the subject and adjust the focus accordingly. AI-powered filters and effects can transform ordinary photos into artistic and visually appealing images
AI is used to offer smart suggestions and predictive text based on user input. This technology learns from user typing patterns, frequently used phrases, and contextual cues to provide relevant suggestions.
AI-powered voice assistants such as Siri (Apple) Google Assistant (Android), or Bixby (Samsung). These voice assistants use natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning techniques to understand and respond to user commands.
The world of technology is vast and many ‘advanced technologies’ are making their way into our lives faster than we imagined. Young Techie Series (YTS) is a set of books about everyday technology for children and young adults.
Book 1 in the Young Techie Series - The Little Handbook of Cool Technology is available here.
Book 2 in the Young Techie Series - Robotics and Other Super Cool Technology is available here.