Microsoft has taught AI to generate HTML code on drafts on paper

Microsoft recently introduced the Sketch2Code project, which, using the capabilities of AI, is able to generate a valid HTML-code on sketches on paper. It is enough for a person to draw a rough version of the interface elements, after which the computer algorithms recognize the components of the image and offer an option ready for work.

A large database of images was used to teach AI. The computer is now able to recognize the individual elements and assume the specifics of their functioning. At present, artificial intelligence copes with the basic forms, consisting of fields, inscriptions, pictures, buttons and text input fields.

The result can be transformed into HTML, XAML and UWP (Universal Windows platform). The platform is free and available for download.

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