If you are someone who has difficulty drawing things, Google has a new tool to help you out. The company recently introduced AutoDraw that, as its name suggests, can automatically help you draw. All you need to do is make a rough scribble, and Google will try to guess what it is and suggest the correct doodle for you.
AutoDraw is a web-based tool that can predict your doodles, and recommend different drawings for you. For example, if you want to doodle a birthday cake to send to your friend, just make a rough scribble of a cake, and Google will do the rest for you.
AutoDraw is similar to “Quick, Draw!”, one of Google’s many A.I. Experiments. Introduced in November last year, all you need to do is make a quick doodle on Quick, Draw!, and the company’s AI will try to guess what it is. The goal is to teach computers to recognise doodles and poorly drawn images.
On top of being able to quickly help you draw out things, you can also use AutoDraw as a paint tool. After you pick the drawing you want from Google, you can edit it further by adding colours, resizing the drawings, add text, and such. Once done, you can download the image to your device and share it with friends.
Google AutoDraw is a web service and is available for free at this link. You can use your computer, and even mobile devices to access AutoDraw. If you think you can do better than Google at drawing things out, you can also submit your creations to Google via this link.