Artificial intelligence (AI) is the general study of making intelligent machines. Machine learning (ML), a subset of AI, focuses on the ability of machines to receive data and learn for themselves without being programmed with rules.
ML differs from traditional programming by allowing you to teach your program with examples rather than a list of instructions. Instead of writing instructions, or rules, while programming, machine learning enables you to "train" an algorithm so that it can learn on its own, and then adjust and improve as it learns more about the information it is processing.
AI + WRITING. In 2018, Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney teamed up with the Digital Writers’ Festival team, and an eclectic cohort of industry professionals, developers, engineers and writers to test and experiment whether Machine Learning (ML) could be used to inspire writers. These experiments set out to explore whether machine learning could be used by writers to inspire, unblock and enrich their process.
AI Experiments is a showcase by Google for simple experiments that make it easier for anyone to start exploring machine learning, through pictures, drawings, language, music, and more.