In a recent blog post, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the company is “actively seeking new ways to help people around the world” and is “pursuing technologies that allow people to connect directly with the web and communicate with each other” without “having to rely on intermediaries.”
Pichari said that Google is working on “new ways for people to create their own decentralized autonomous organizations,” as well as the “next generation of decentralized autonomous apps.”
Google is already working on decentralized autonomous vehicles.
Last year, the company announced a partnership with Tesla Motors to build a fleet of autonomous vehicles for the public.
Tesla said the cars would be built in partnership with Google.
Pichciai also announced in May that the Google Lunar X Prize (GLXP), a $100 million prize for the discovery of new technologies, was expanding.
GLXP’s inaugural prize will be $3 million.
The GLXP competition has been going on since 2001.
The first competition, in 2003, was for “autonomous vehicles.”
It ended up with an award of $4 million for “the development of a vehicle that can navigate to a destination, and navigate the terrain.”
The competition was later expanded to include other autonomous vehicles that are more reliable and faster.
GLXPs are also used for research, development and evaluation of new forms of transportation.
Google is also working on autonomous vehicles and autonomous flight systems.
In June, it announced a new partnership with Airbus Group for autonomous flight services.
Google said it was partnering with the company to develop a “new system that is based on the principles of autonomous flight.”
Google is also developing a “mobile flight system” for a “low-cost passenger service that can connect to a fleet and travel between cities” using its Google Maps data.
In January, Google announced a pilot project with Google X, a “flying car” to test its own self-driving technology.
The company said the project will involve “testing a new version of Google Maps, with new features and functionality.”
Google also is developing “Google Earth View” and “Google Street View” which will allow users to “view the real world, from an extraordinary distance.”
The first version of these technologies will be rolled out in 2021, with Google Street View coming in 2018.
Google said in a blog post that it will use Google X to “provide services to the public for the first time.”
Google said that “the public will have access to a global map that will enable them to see their cities and neighborhoods from an unprecedented distance, including from virtually any location in the world.”
Google X is also the brainchild of Google X CEO Eric Schmidt.
The partnership is the largest ever for Google.
Google’s new partnership also comes as Google is exploring ways to expand its mapping efforts beyond the United States.
In April, the Internet giant announced plans to begin testing mapping on other parts of the globe.
The plan includes partnering with “other leading technology companies in South America, Australia, India, Southeast Asia and beyond,” Google said in its blog post.
The maps will be “accessible to Google X customers globally and will be free to use for free.”