Google’s new project, Magenta is due to be released on June 1 and is set to take the world of art by storm. The project is part of the Google Brain group, which is a deep learning project that has been operating since 2011 and is focused on solving the problems scientist face with artificial intelligence.
The Magenta project has been created to explore the exciting possibilities of artificial intelligence being able to create beautiful works of art, music, video and a host of many other visual arts. Douglas Eck, who is one of the teams researchers has explained that their main goal is to produce a range of open-source tool and models that are available to everyone bring many creative capabilities together on one platform.
The deep learning models that will be built as part of the Magenta will be done on top of TensorFlow (Google’s open-source artificial intelligence platform) in the hopes that others with the right skills and expertise might want to delve in and take Google’s work and see if they can contribute to its development.
A possible app could also be on the cards for Magenta, which would allow users to display their music and art that they have created. Currently listed on GitHub, the project is soon to spark interest and may be developed faster than Google expected. So, if you think you have what it takes to enhance this development further, what are you waiting for, check it out now!