/// Google Acquired Seven Robotics Companies for Andy Rubin
Google bought seven robotics companies in the past six months — Schaft, Industrial Perception, Meka, Redwood Robotics, Bot & Dolly, Autofuss and Holomni — for an effort to create manufacturing and logistics robots under former Android head Andy Rubin. The deals were reported in a New York Times article , and confirmed by the company. The Times says Rubin’s aims are not at creating robots for consumers, but rather competing with Amazon and its flying delivery drones . (Robots versus drones is the ultimate endgame, after all.)
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Google Acquired Seven Robotics Companies for Andy Rubin
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