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Google Is Bringing Artificial Intelligence To Raspberry Pi Computers

Short Bytes: In a recent blog post, Raspberry Pi has announced that Google is planning to create machine learning and artificial intelligence tools for the popular single board computer. Google has invited the makers to take part in a survey and help it build the best tools for the community. Google’s first tools for Pi are expected to arrive in 2017.

Raspberry Pi boards have earned the honor of being one of most impressive success stories of recent times. Having sold 10 million single board computers, Raspberry Pi has established itself as the most successful British computer. So, what’s next for them?

According to a blog post on the Raspberry Pi website, Google is working to bring a wide range of tools for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other developer tools to the Pi.

“Google is going to arrive in style in 2017. The tech titan has exciting plans for the maker community,” the website says. The company intends to make the start by releasing the first set of tools this year. With these tools, the users will be able to create powerful projects.

To make this possible, Google has asked for help from the maker community. The Raspberry Pi enthusiasts can click on this link and fill out the survey. The survey covers various topics like face recognition natural language processing, speech-to-text translation etc.

Given the past contribution of Google in the field of automation, machine learning, wearables, and IoT, the tech giant will surely turn out to be a big positive impact on the Raspberry Pi community.

So, as a maker, are you excited about this upcoming Google-Raspberry Pi partnership? Let us know your views and feedback.

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