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Expect Big Things from Google Inc. in Robotics Space This Year
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Silicon Valley has been talking about the growing need of efficient and dependable robots that can perform various important tasks with accuracy

And it seems that this year will have something significant on the Robotics front.

According to John Leonard, MIT Mechanical Engineerin Professor, 2015 will have something exciting for the people as far as Robotics is concerned and they should expect to hear something from Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) in that respect. Leonard revealed this in an interview with Bloomberg.

Google is known for being innovative and contemporary. The company keeps coming up with new and fresh ideas and does not hesitate to invest to bring these ideas to reality. Google has been actively working on various innovations for a while now; one such project that is underway is the development of driverless cars. Although electric cars are already creating a buzz in the auto industry but having a driverless car will surely be a game changer.

John Leonard believes that it will take up to a year’s time before Google can have a significant breakthrough in the Robotics Front because of the challenges that they have to face in space. Leonard said that in his opinion Silicon Valley is almost halfway through the decade of robotics. It has been five years since Google announced the self driving vehicles and the momentum is definitely there. Leonard’s optimism shows that 2015 will indeed be the year when people will hear something exceptional and concrete.


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