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In a lecture at Code/Mobile the Android founder Andy Rubin said that he thinks the next big wave in computers will be in the field of artificial intelligence. Rubin, who left Google, to work at startup Playground, said that since has been engaged in robotics in Google, believes that the next big thing will be exactly the AI that will manage all devices – smartphones, traffic lights or your dishwasher. “Robotics and automation will walk into our lives,” he said, adding that intelligence in the cloud will be something new.

Rubin is really proud of his team at Google has decided to make Android open operating system and did not put any restrictions on the size of the screen, because it gives more choices to consumers. He is not a fan of the word “fragmentation” because it has a negative connotation. Now, in a world where Android and iOS are two main operating systems for smartphones and tablets, he says there is a danger of sticking to the duopoly. “The worst thing that can happen in terms of products, will delay innovation,” he says.

Also according to him, Microsoft has done a pretty good job with Windows 10 – “They did a phenomenal change in consumer perception.”

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