Google has made a huge step in making the world smarter with a new product called the Maple computer program.
The company says the software can automatically learn from a person’s experience to improve everything from driving directions to social networks.
It is a big step forward for the search giant, which has been trying to develop artificial intelligence technology for some time.
Its new AI software, called the SmartMap software, is the first to combine artificial intelligence with machine learning.
Its creators say the new system has a high level of accuracy in the areas of translation, translation translation and translation comprehension, and a high degree of confidence in translating a wide range of different language sets.
In a release, the company said it was already using the software on more than 500 million people, and that it is on track to reach the 1 billion mark by the end of 2020.
Google says it has seen tremendous interest from governments, and the public, in using the system to help manage and manage information, as well as to provide information to people on their own.