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Can A.I. do this better than you?

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Have you ever wanted a chance to pick a fight against artificial inteligence.

We all know the A.I., artificial inteligence is the next big thing, so perhaps you want to see can you outperform Google’s AI doodle bot, smartest drawing recognizing machine today.

Quick, Draw! is an online program developed by Google where humans can draw a picture of an object or idea and then a neural network artificial intelligence is trying to guess what the drawings represent. The AI learns from each drawing, increasing its ability to guess correctly in the future, and its been online quite some time…. I must admit that it has became quite good at guessing.

Altough, I am terrible at drawing, as you will see, this AI almost everytime guesses what I was trying to draw.

So, i wanted to make a little test to see has this AI surpased humans in ability to guess what a drawing represents, and for this I need your help.

This video is imagined as a simple game of Pictionary, just this time you will play against a robot.

Lets see who is better, you, my fellow human, or this Google-powered AI that learned to identify terrible human doodles.

Who knows, perhaps this is your last chance to outplay Artificial inteligence, because you know A.I. Apocalypse is behind the corner, and perhaps your next clash with A.I. will not be so innocent as a game of Pictionary.


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If you're interested, there was a video done a by a company that created an AI gaming bot. The AI managed to quickly outplay top DOTA players within as little as 2 rounds. I think it isn't that they can do better, but unlike humans, AIs don't have the imagination to try things out, they simply do without hesitation and emotions. Very calculative instead of creative. 

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