Quick Draw is a well known, AI drawing guessing game that challenges players to draw a doodle, and then, artificial intelligence guesses, what the drawings represent. This tutorial explains how to make it using machine learning and convolutional neural network!
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Supervised Learning Tutorial: AI Learns To Play Gorillas Game
In this supervised learning tutorial, I’m going to show my project in which AI learns to play Gorillas game using supervised machine learning algorithms.
Machine Learning: AI Learns To Play Tetris with Convolutional Neural Network
In this article, I’m going to show the concept of making an AI Bot that plays Tetris like a real human. It’s not 100% perfect, but it’s quite good. To simulate a human brain, I used Machine Learning with Convolutional Neural Network.
Image Classifier: Doodle Recognition with Convolutional Neural Network, Introduction
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How to create an HTML5 Reddit’s Image Scraper using Phaser
Regarding Reddit JSON API, you can get a JSON document by adding /.json to any Reddit URL. This can be used to extract various data from any subreddit. To show how to do that in HTML5 using Phaser framework, we will create a Reddit’s Image Scraper application.
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