Now, turn terrible drawings into masterpieces by Google AutoDraw
We’ve heard of autocorrect, a software which automatically suggests corrections for spelling mistakes. And now thanks to Google, we now have AutoDraw – a new web-based tool that pairs machine learning with drawings created by talented artists to help you draw. It works on mobiles, computers, and tablets, for free.
Google mentioned in a blog, “So the next time you want to make a birthday card, party invite or just doodle on your phone, it’ll be as easy and fast as everything else on the web.” You could simply start by drawing any object of your choice. The program later tries to match your drawing in the database and tries to find a possible match. It also offers you some suggestions made professionally by a few artists. This way, you can turn your amateur drawings into a fancy work of art. The program is available at autodraw.com
AutoDraw uses the same technology as Google’s AI-based drawing tool, QuickDraw. However, it is almost like a game in which you quickly draw any object and Google has 20 seconds to guess it. With AutoDraw, you have unlimited time to try out this experiment.