I love games, and if my Steam library is not an indication of that, I don't know what is. Of course, I don't limit myself to just PC/Mac games, but for this post, I'd like to show you a game similar to "Draw My Thing", if you're familiar with it. Instead of humans guessing your drawing from the other side of the globe, it's Google's AI. Introducing, Quickdraw.
So what does it do? To play the game, you must draw the object given in under 20 seconds. As you draw, Google's AI continuously spews out words to guess the object. There's 6 drawings per set, and after each set, you can see which items the AI wasn't able to guess and why.
Last week, the game told me to draw something impossible. Right after giving me the object to draw, it crashed, making me think that it was an error and the system had never intended to give me that task.
Like, how the hell am I supposed to draw the friggin' Mona Lisa in under 20 seconds?! Holy cow. Even my workmates found this funny. I haven't come across this ever since that first time, and I'm really curious about how people went ahead with this. If this was part of the system, how did it determine if the drawing was The Mona?
So yeah, if you have time to check it out, I suggest you contribute to this little AI study Google is conducting and help technology get a better grasp at intuition and logic. :)