A new site called A.I. Experiments by the Google Arts & Culture, that showcases simple experiments that let anyone play with this technology hands-on, and resources for creating your own experiments is launhced today.
The experiments in the Creative Lab, are made by people with all different interests including– web developers, musicians, game designers, bird sound enthusiasts, data visualizers—and show how machine learning can make sense of all kinds of things – images, drawings, language, sound, and more.
Google notes that most of the projects on the site are built with tools like Cloud Vision API, Tensorflow, and other libraries from the machine learning community. The tools are available for anyone to use, and the creators can see the videos on the site explaining how they work, as well links to open-source code to help you get started.
With these experiments, you can explore hundreds of thousands of artworks and let Machine Learning aid your discovery:
- X Degrees of separation created in collaboration with code artist Mario Klingemann, lets you choose any two artworks and the computer using Machine Learning will find a visual pathway connecting them through a chain of similar artworks.
- t-SNE Map let you travel through hundreds of thousands of artworks from across centuries organized into one vast 3D landscape in this experiment.
- In the Tags experiment, computer looked at the artworks and tagged them with all it saw in the picture, explains google.
To submit something you've made, or just play with things other people are making, visit A.I. Experiments HERE.