California, Mar 22: Google Doodle is always surprising. Whenever we opened Google to start our daily work, the Google doodle with Day special surprises us.
Today, the Google doodle is more exciting and surprising. Google is celebrating German composer Johann Sebastian Bach its First-ever AI-powered Doodle. The company had three team work together with instruments to put together the Doodle which allows people to harmonize with a cartoon version of Bach.
Thursday’s animated Google Doodle shows the composer playing the organ in celebration of his March 21, 1685, birthday under the old Julian calendar. It encourages users to compose their own two-measure melody.
In today’s Doodle, you can create your own melody, and through the magic of machine learning, the Doodle will harmonize your melody in Bach’s style. You can also explore inside the Doodle to see how the model Bach-ifys familiar tunes, or how your new collaboration might sound in a more modern rock style.
Google expressed, the Doodle uses machine learning to “harmonize the custom melody into Bach’s signature music style.” Bach’s chorales were known for having four voices carrying their own melodic line.
To develop the AI Doodle, Google teams created a machine-learning model that was trained on 306 of Bach’s chorale harmonizations. Another team worked to allow machine learning to occur within the web browser instead of on its servers.
The Doodle will prompt users who are unsure of how to interact with the animated graphic.