AI experiments you can tinker with

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AI experiments you can tinker with
« on: January 23, 2020, 11:26:40 AM »
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being deployed almost everywhere, from handheld devices to large scale industrial operations. Tech giants like Google, IBM, Microsoft and Intel are leading us towards the age of AI. These companies have dedicated research groups and labs that experiment with AI, and many of these experiments are made available to the public so that we too can experience the true potential of artificial intelligence and at the same time, help their AI based tools gather valuable user data. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most amazing AI experiments you should try out. You’ll see that most of the experiments enlisted here are from Google, and that’s because they’re ahead of the other tech giants in this race. However, companies like Microsoft and IBM are also catching up.

Sketch2Code, Microsoft

Sketch2Code uses artificial intelligence to convert drawings into working HTML code. This is achieved through the use of computer vision, a combination of AI and image processing.

Like most AI projects, Sketch2Code was trained to recognise different HTML or web-design elements, like a text box or a button. Text recognition is also used to identify any text in the design provided to the model. All this leads to the generation of an HTML code that mirrors the design or layout you provided.
Raihana Zannat
Senior Lecturer
Dept. of Software Engineering
Daffodil International University
Dhaka, Bangladesh