Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, has been talking about “solutions” for years.
It’s no surprise that Google’s new self-driving car project has been on the radar for years, with several different projects already under way.
But there’s one project that could take Google’s self-drive technology to a whole new level: Google’s “solution” for a new problem: “a global problem.”
Pichai’s comments came in an interview with Reuters and Bloomberg Businessweek, and are worth quoting at length:It’s a world where the driverless car, which Google has been building since 2014, has not been successful in achieving the goals of a number of automakers.
That’s because there is no universal solution to the problem of traffic congestion.
It also means that for the foreseeable future, there’s no “global solution” to traffic congestion, said Pichay, adding that it’s likely that a global solution will have to be developed by different governments and countries in different parts of the world.
“There are many countries in the world, but the global solution to traffic is not the problem,” he said.
“It’s the problem that we’re trying to solve.
And that’s where the Google solution comes in.””
So, if you have a global problem, the only way to solve it is to have a single global solution.
And that’s where the Google solution comes in.”
In the Reuters interview, Pichaisaid Google has spent the past several years studying what is required to deliver a universal traffic solution, including developing new technologies for the vehicles to be able to travel at highway speeds without stopping, and building a new system that would be able for Google to operate in all parts of its business, from cars to mobile devices.
It appears that this is where the solution is likely to come from, as Google said the next generation of its cars will be able “to do the things we want to do, including highway cruising.”
Google says its solution would require a new kind of car, one that can operate in different environments at different speeds.
The goal is that Google cars would be more like buses than cars, and they would have to operate with “smart” algorithms, which means they would also have to work with drivers in real-time to find the best path.
The company said that it is currently testing a number, including a hybrid vehicle that could drive on highways at speeds up to 75 miles per hour, but said that “the ultimate goal” of its vehicles is to be fully autonomous.
“Google has been working for years on a global traffic solution,” said Pichiu, “and now it’s ready to share it with you.”