You Can Now Train Your Own AI For Apps And Websites With This Tool From Google
Aadhya Khatri - Nov 09, 2019
The best part is, the Teachable Machine 2.0 is free of charge and it will train AI locally, meaning none of your data will be shared elsewhere
- This AI Can Predict When Someone Dies, But We Do Not Know How It Does That
- Artificial Intelligence Can Now Convert 2D Images Into Virtual 3D Images
- A Gurugram Startup Develops An AI Warden To Monitor UP Prisons’ CCTVs
Teachable Machine is no longer just a concept for teaching. It has made it to reality and you can now work with it. Google has released Teachable Machine 2.0 that allows you to apply your machine learning to websites, apps, and other projects.
The models can be uploaded if you would rather work online, or saved to your computer for the on-device experience. So in short, you can create your own AI-enabled apps without making an artificial intelligence from scratch on your own.
Users can train AI models with not just webcam images, but with poses, sounds, and photos. You can upload your data if you have some, as well as train up to three classes for each model if that is necessary.
The best part is, the Teachable Machine 2.0 is free of charge and it will train AI locally, meaning none of your data will be shared elsewhere. There are more sophisticated systems out there but Google does not want its offer to be too complicated.
In essence, it is still an educational tool. And the fact that it can be used for real projects now makes it more useful in demonstrating the concepts of AI.
Its simplicity has made the Teachable Machine is a quick and fun tool to help people see for themselves how AI actually works without learning too much about code. Even children can train their own artificial intelligence but the tool has enough new concepts to demonstrate to appeal to an adult.
Teachable Machine shows the growing importance of recognizing patterns nowadays. It can do simple tasks like identifying objects and faces in photos as well as powering IBM’s Watson and other supercomputers.