Teachable Machine is an experiment from Google to bring a no-code and low-code approach to training AI models. Anyone with a modern browser and webcam can quickly train a model with no prior knowledge or experience with AI.
Teachable Machine is not exactly new. It was initially launched in 2017 and got revamped in 2019 with additional capabilities, including saving the model to Google Drive and exporting it to other applications.
The community behind the project is continuously making it better. It has become so popular that education researcher Blakeley H. Payne and her teammates have been using Teachable Machine as part of an open-source curriculum that teaches middle-schoolers about AI through a hands-on learning experience. Steve Saling of ALS Residence Initiative is using Teachable Machine for improving communication for people with impaired speech.
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