Alphabet (Google) Launches "Intrinsic" to Build Software for Industrial Robots
Kaustubh Katdare • 1 year ago • 27.2k views
Alphabet, the owners of Google believe that the industrial robots need better software to make them easier to use, flexible and cost-effective. Wendy Tan-White (CEO, Intrinsic) wants the modern production lines to make sense of and adjust to the surrounding environments. Google had acquired Boston Dynamics - but sold it to SoftBank (*who sold it to Hyundai in 2017 🙄 *); to make better robots. Intrinsic is currently looking for partners in electronics, healthcare and automotive domains.
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