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The best way to stay connected to the Android pulse. It’s no secret that Google is heavily invested in artificial intelligence and its front-facing product Google Assistant.

Now that the company has built an artificially intelligent, cloud-computing powerhouse, it is figuring out other ways to make money off its new toys. Today, The New York Times reported that Google is looking to sell access to its artificially intelligent data centers.

This would give companies that could never afford to build and maintain the multibillion-dollar computer systems necessary for AI processing the ability to innovate, while simultaneously helping Google pay for that system. “We are trying to reach as many people as we can as quickly as we can,” Zak Stone told The Times.

He is part of the small team who designed the AI chips used in the mega server, called “tensor processing units,” or T.P.U.s (pictured at the top of this article). Google confirmed the move in a blog post. Read more from…

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