Google’s parent company Alphabet: Alphabet’s secretive research team recently stated that they are going to launch Intrinsic which is their new Artificial Intelligence and robotics software project under the Google parented body which houses futuristic business models such as Waymo and Verily.
In the year 2015 Google established Alphabet for expanding its reach beyond its primary business which is searched and advertising. Alphabet is overseeing various other bets that are ranging from its various autonomous vehicle unit with the helium balloons which provides solar-powered internet services in the remote areas.
Intrinsic develops software tools that are designed to make industrial robots that can be used to make every possible thing from solar panels to cars and also incubating the technology with Google’s research unit “X” for more than 5 years.
They are now ready to be an independent Alphabet company by leaving the moonshot factory’s immediate prototyping environment for focusing more on developing their product and validating their technology stated by Wendy Tan White, CEO of Intrinsic, and also adding the statement that the company was looking to hire some people.
Google’s parent company Alphabet, is denoted as Alphabet’s “Moonshot Factory”. X is a development and research team which acts as a nursery for the company’s many offshoot projects for example Wing, Loon, Waymo, Makani, and others, and helping them to take a root to become viable separate entities.
Robotics has been a major part of the attraction for Google in the last so many years but the company’s efforts have never been observed and haven’t produced any commercial hits.
The news was to bring out the details on what is Instrinic is building exactly and who is going to be its customers.
Google’s parent company Alphabet, In a blog post, the company’s CEO of Intrinsic has discussed their ambitions in broad terms and also mentioned that it will be going to unlock the new creative and economic potential of industrial robots for millions of businesses, developers, and entrepreneurs after creating software which will make industrial robots which are more flexible, less costly, and easier to use by any individual.