Google Teach­es You Basics of Machine Learn­ing With­out Get­ting into Codes


Google is increasingly making life easier for every Internet user with scores of useful tools that are supported by new ones on an ongoing basis. Now, Google has rolled out a new tool that lets users explore the power of machine learning without needing to learn or write codes.

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Machine learning has changed a lot in the past few years, especially the way problems are solved. With the increasing functionality of machine learning in modern lives, more and more people are becoming curious about the tech.

To cater to people’s thirst for knowledge, the company has launched Teachable Machine. With this new tool, Google is making it easier for people to learn about machine learning.

Teachable Machine is an experiment by Google that helps users teach commands to a machine using their laptop or smartphone cameras via a live browser. No coding is required to do this.

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“Machine learning is changing the way people use code to solve problems. We wanted to make it easier for people who are curious about this technology to learn more about it. So we created Teachable Machine,” Google wrote in the blog post.

Google’s new tool is made with deeplearn.js, which makes it easier for web developers to ‘get into machine learning by training and running neural nets right in the browser’.

Google has open-sourced the code of Teachable Machine to inspire other companies to create new similar experiments that might add to available resources.

Google is holding a keynote event on October 4 where it’s likely to launch Pixel 2 smartphones, Google Home, Google Wifi, Daydream View, and Chromecast Ultra. Butterflies in the stomach!

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