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Google's Hardware Push Is All About AI

The company's AI is built on what it already knows about you. Now it wants to integrate that technology deeply into your life. The company's AI is built on what it already knows about you. Now it wants to integrate that technology deeply into your life. Google, the company that has done more than any other to democratize mobile computing, argues that we are moving away from a mobile-first world.
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