Android founder says next major wave of computing will be AI

In a talk at Code/Mobile, Android founder Andy Rubin said that he believes the next major wave of computing will be in the realm of artificial intelligence. Rubin, who left Google to start a hardware startup incubator called Playground, said that after spending some time in robotics at Google, he believes the next big frontier is in devices that don’t have screens like traffic lights or your dishwasher. “Robotics and automation are going to permeate our lives,” he said, adding that intelligence from the cloud will be the new thing. Seeing as Playground has invested in companies like castAR, which makes projected augmented reality glasses, and Connected Yard, which provides detailed chemical analysis of swimming pools, it appears he’s putting his money where his mouth is. Of course, he hasn’t…

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