This week Google unveiled their new Raspberry Pi Initiative to help them to create tools that can be run using the Raspberry Pi device.

They have already developed a range of tools for machine learning, Internet of Things implementations, robotics, and home automation but now they are approaching the Raspberry Pi community to create even more tools.

They are asking members of this community to complete a survey to help them learn more about the community and the kinds of services that Google could provide them with the help the community grow further.

In particular, the survey asks about face and emotion recognition, speech-to-text translations and more analysis tech.

Here’s how Google explained it:

Hi, makers! Thank you for taking the time to take our survey. We at Google are interested in creating smart tools for makers, and want to hear from you about what would be most helpful. As a thank you, we will share our findings with the community so that you can learn more about makers around the world.

You can hit up the source link to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website to find out more.

Source: RPiF

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