Despite the coronavirus scare, Google is doubling down on artificial intelligence (AI). The company recently announced plans to invest $20 million in 30 AI start-ups since 2009. While AI may be the future, Google is already making a big splash. The company has been working on mini radars and sensors like Project Soli, which detect motion, and is already in the Google Pixel 4. The company is also weaving tech and wires into fabrics and creating new ways to organize offices.
The company is also working on creating software applications for everyday use. The technology behind these applications relies on the next generation of networks and computing power. The Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, which invites ideas for space exploration, is one example of its ongoing work on AI. The company is also developing enterprise versions of its popular Google Glass. In the near future, these devices will have the ability to make decisions, learn, and communicate.
While the success of Google Glass is a huge blow, the company has not given up. Project Ara, a modular phone, and 3D mapping are still a top priority for the company. The new moon project, the Lunar XPRIZE, is a great opportunity to get involved in the future of computing. These innovations will transform our lives and improve our society. And with the recent launch of their Lunar XPRIZE, Google has announced that it will create an enterprise edition of Google Glass.
In terms of hardware, Google has been focusing on smart tools. They provide a collaborative ecosystem, different tools, and exercises for developers and users. The company has also released an enterprise version of Google Glass. Ultimately, these new innovations will allow Google to create a cheaper Pixel phone than it is today. It’s hard to predict the future, but we can be sure that the company’s innovation will change the world.
As a part of its X division, Google is working on a new airborne wind turbine. With the Makani project, wind energy is harnessed while in the air. A tethered kite and shrinking computers can be used in areas where wind is plentiful. The new device will be able to work anywhere in the world. However, the question remains, what is the future of this technology?
Google’s R&D division is known for robotics innovations. It once owned Boston Dynamics but sold it to Softbank. The company is now focusing on merging machines and IoT. Other Alphabet-owned robotics companies include Meka and Bot & Dolly. These robots are capable of moving, picking up, and storing items, and even taking a photo. Those robots can be used to pick up and deliver packages.