This year Raspberry Pi will get a taste of Google Artificial Intelligence! The reason is Google announced that it is planning to make a “range of smart tools” accessible for Raspberry Pi this year. It is one of the greatest news for Raspberry Pi.
This machine learning technology from Google will enable the makers from Raspberry Pi community for making unique and compelling projects. Google has also asked the makers to share their unique ideas. The company will try to offer as many smart tools as possible for the makers. Here is what the Google’s message says!
Google’s letter to Raspberry Pi
[quotes quotes_style=”bquotes” quotes_pos=”center”]Hi, makers! Thank you for taking the time to take our survey. We at Google are interested in creating smart tools for makers and want to hear from you about what would be most helpful. As a thank you, we will share our findings with the community so that you can learn more about makers around the world.[/quotes]
It is what Google said in the message. Google mentioned a lot of tools in a survey that it is willing to offer to Raspberry. These tools include facial recognition, emoticon recognition, a speech to text translation facility and also a natural language processing and even a feature called the sentiment analysis service.
It is fascinating to know what this minicomputer can achieve. With the advanced machine learning tools from Google at its disposal, we are hoping to get one of the finest devices. Raspberry has got a dream support from Google. Recently, the Raspberry Foundation offered the Compute Module 3. It was an upgraded version of the original variant launched in 2014. According to the company statements, this version is much faster than the previous one. It can put up to 10 times faster CPU performance in comparison to the original version launched last year.
Raspberry Pi rumors
Rumors also say that Google is looking to port the Android into the mini PC after the opening of Raspberry Pi3 tree on Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The founder of Raspberry Pi, Ellen Upton says, [quotes quotes_style=”bquotes” quotes_pos=”center”]We don’t have any information to suggest that there’s official work going on inside Google on getting AOSP to run on Raspberry Pi, but it’s certainly very exciting if true. In parallel with this, I’ve been very impressed with some of the work the volunteer community has been doing. Check out Angry Birds on Raspberry Pi.[/quotes]
Last year, during the end of 2016, Raspberry launched a preliminary version of the Pixel OS for Mac and PCs. The desktop software will let anyone, who does not have a Pi, to create a code directly from their computer. In the genre of small processors, Raspberry Pi is ahead of the competition, but still, there are a few competitors. For instance, Asus launched its version of Raspberry Pi. It has the capability of running 4K and. It also comes with a quad core 1.8 Ghz Rockchip processor.