Artificial intelligence computer program transforms typed text into handwriting

by Chloe Olewitz in Apps on Monday 14 September 2015 We’ve become accustomed to using computers to compose text, but other than a few specialty fonts, our computer communication skills have been in typed language. Now a new computer program can learn how to write a message in handwriting that approaches the organic, without a pre-designed font package to choose from. Typically, neural networks are modelled after human brain function. Many use trial and error to solve problems set out before them, and are programmed to learn from their mistakes, becoming better at the task they’ve been set and developing skills organically instead of being programmed to execute from the start. Alex Graves from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto has published a program that demonstrates his research into…


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