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  • Google’s Teachable Machine demystifies AI
  • Google’s Teachable Machine demystifies AI
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Google’s Teachable Machine demystifies AI

AI is becoming more common in every day life, but to the average user, it can still be difficult to understand how it works. Google aims to demystify ‘machine learning’ with its Teachable Machine – a downloadable tool that helps people create simple artificial intelligence at home.

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