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Google’s new AutoDraw wants to make drawing easier for everyone

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Your doodles are about to get a whole lot better.

Part of Google’s new A.I. Experiments collection, AutoDraw is like an AI-powered Microsoft Paint. The app combines conventional doodling with art from professionals to enhance your doodles and help create better art. 

The app works by trying to guess what you’re drawing and then offering alternatives for you to build on. 

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Google calls AutoDraw “a drawing tool for the rest of us;” that is, people who aren’t professional designers. What it really does is recognize what you’re trying to draw and replace that with a version drawn by an artist. The tool turned my terrible doodle of a cake that really could have been anything, and offered me this great cake instead.  Read more…

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