AI is already part of our daily lives but is often hard to detect and to experience. Therefore, we have invented our AI Playground where we show a range of web-based AI applications that you can easily try out yourself in a playful way.
Check out your drawing skills – quick draw from google will surly compliment your artistic vein.
Stealing ur Feelings
An interactive documentary on the dangers of emotion tracking analyzing your facial reactions in real-time.
Draw & write in Air
Playful web demo where you can draw and write using your hand and webcam – real-time prediction for intentions included.
Reimagine reading and writing with AI
Try out AI21 Labs’ new language model in your browser. Choose from an array of presets or come up with your own!
Your AI-based writing companion
You’re not quite sure about your written wording? Don’t worry, Wordtune has you covered and helps to find the right words.
Track and animate your body movements in real-time with your camera to become a digital artist!
Identify & locate Waldo with the help of machine learning agent Zendo (or train Zendo yourself)!
Tackling historical mysteries with AI
Dive into 34,000 pages of file material regarding the JFK investigation with the help of Cognitive Search.
Spaces between Art and AI
Create & explore dreamlike images by combining photographs of all kind of objects from the Met Museum’s collection with AI.
Interact with a villain straight from the book via voice to text input. Next step towards immersion…
The Moral Machine
Enter into the famous Trolly Dilemma and conflate your own morality with that of others.
Create your own AI-Avatar
Have you ever created an intelligent avatar? With Synthesia it’s fast and easy and combinable with other content, e.g. usable for LMS systems!
ML with Giorgio Moroder
Giorgio Moroder and Machine Learning is a deadly combination. Try it out yourself for the full (sound) experience.
Is that how Alan Turing would have reacted if he’d seen the Deep Nostalgia? A Deep Learning application by MyHeritage.
Interested in a never-ending browser-game powered by an AI? Sounds like the perfect thing to do on a Saturday night, doesn’t it?
Use a simple neuronal network by Fraunhofer to detect your hand-written digits.
The twitter Brand bot
What will Netflix tweet about next? Check out Wunderman & Thompsons AI-powered brandbot to get a hint.
Analyze the content of your images with Microsoft’s Computer Vision and you might find out how old your computer thinks you are.
Write down a single sentence and see how the GPT-2 model by DeepAI predicts subsequent text from that input.
How bad is your Spotify?
Try out this project by The Pudding to analyze your Spotify – and let an AI tell you how bad your taste of music is.