Google has announced the world’s first self-driving car powered by artificial intelligence, and it’s getting ready to put the AI behind it.
The car’s maker, Alphabet, is launching a self-driven, driverless car in 2020.
But that’s just the beginning.
It’s not just a Google car.
The AI is also the software behind many of Google’s other services.
Google will be able to tailor its services to the specific needs of AI.
For example, it’s planning to build out Google’s self-drive car as a service to businesses.
The company is also building an AI platform that can predict what you might want to do, whether you need to look up a particular thing, or whether you might like to watch a video.
That’s the kind of thing Google’s been working on for years.
And the company says it’s the first car built with AI, in this case, by a machine.
It’ll be used by millions of people.
Google already offers a number of AI-enabled products for businesses.
For instance, Google Maps lets you find nearby businesses, and Google Now lets you know when it’s time to check out restaurants, cafes, and more.
The Alphabet-built self-drives are the first of their kind, according to Google’s head of AI research, Andrew Ng.
“The first vehicle we built in this space was a Toyota Camry,” Ng told me.
“We built the first driverless vehicle to make the commute, and the first self drive was Toyota’s Camry.
The second was Ford’s Fusion, which was a hybrid.”
Ng says the self-Driving car will be capable of driving itself in urban areas and driving autonomously in low-density areas.
Ng says Google will not only develop the software that powers the self driving cars, it will also work with the carmaker to design its own software for the cars.
The first driver is slated to be a “smart assistant,” a person whose skills are tailored to the tasks of the driver.
Ng and other Alphabet engineers will be building software that will make the vehicle aware of traffic, weather, and other driving situations.
Google says that’s the same software that drives its self-powered cars, including its self driving shuttle buses.
Google plans to build the cars into Google buses, which will be autonomous, Ng says.
The self-drilled cars will also be equipped with cameras and sensors that will allow them to identify the cars ahead of them, and also to see how close they are to the car ahead of it.
Google is also developing a new driverless fleet, called a fleet, Ng said.
The Google-built cars will be built by Alphabet and run in a fleet of self-built trucks.
The vehicles will have “human drivers” in charge of the vehicle, which Google will pay the companies for the privilege of owning.
The autonomous vehicles will be driven by robots, Ng added.
“This is the future, where we’re building cars and trucks with AI,” Ng said in a statement.
“You will have cars that can be driven, and you will have trucks that can drive.”
Ng said the company is planning to launch a self drive car for use by Google’s offices in 2021, and will work with partners on that project.
“Our autonomous vehicle fleet will be the first to have driverless capability, and we are also working with Google to build a fleet for self-service, in a similar way to the self drive truck,” Ng added in the statement.
Google’s autonomous cars will have more than just the driver as a human, though.
Google wants the cars to be able also to drive themselves by themselves.
Ng said that the self driven cars will take care of most of the things that a driver would need to do in a regular traffic jam.
They’ll also be able “to take over from an active vehicle,” Ng says, when there are no human drivers nearby.
Google expects to have at least 30 autonomous vehicles on the road by 2021.
Ng also says that Google will build out its own autonomous driving service to give Google cars more capabilities.
“Google’s AI service is already powering thousands of our self-learning Google Maps vehicles.
We expect that the service will continue to improve,” Ng continued.
Google recently rolled out an AI driverless service for its own fleet, but Ng says that will not be a permanent feature.
Google has been working for years on its own self- driving fleet, and Ng says it’ll be up and running before long.
“It’s not like we’ve been working with a lot of partners to get the fleet to scale,” Ng tells me.
Google, Ng believes, is the first major company to start building a self driving fleet.
Google also says it will offer more than one version of its self drive fleet, including “a hybrid, full-electric, and autonomous version.”
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