With the help of AI, Google is creating jobs that can be automated, from finding out what you’re looking for to figuring out which restaurants you should go to.
But the AI isn’t the only tool that’s being developed to help automate work.
TechCrunch reports that Google has also built a new system that helps AI work on the job itself.
Google is working with IBM, Microsoft, and IBM’s Deepmind to build the AI.
Google says the AI can use its own vision and skills to identify patterns in human behavior and determine the best approach to the job.
The system has been developed for two projects that were running concurrently.
One is an automation platform called Deepmind AI.
The other is a project called Project Loon, which uses balloons to beam internet service to remote locations.
This technology, Google says, is already being used by hundreds of companies and governments, and will soon be used by businesses and governments all over the world.
Deepmind says the system is already used by thousands of companies around the world to analyze the behavior of their employees.
The company says the new AI can be used to analyze people’s behavior at work, as well.
In a Google+ post, Deepmind wrote, “We are working closely with Google to develop an automated and intelligent machine learning system that can automatically predict and prioritize tasks and help you to make the right decisions.”
It also says the systems can work with other types of data, like company documents.
It adds, “the AI can automatically prioritize tasks based on the previous performance of the task, the company’s previous performance, and current needs.”
Deepmind’s post also notes that Google’s project is in its beta stage, and that the company hasn’t announced a date for its debut.