The next generation of software developers are taking shape in Silicon Valley, where companies are turning to technologies like artificial intelligence and robotics to help them develop their products.
Nowhere is that trend more apparent than at Google, which has been making major investments in the emerging fields of artificial intelligence, robotics and artificial intelligence-enabled applications.
The company is developing a new programming language that will enable developers to write programs for robots that can help protect children, as well as the environment.
The new language, called “code,” will be designed to make the robots smarter, faster and more powerful than they are now, according to a company blog post that describes the language.
Google said the new programming system will be called Code-C.
Code-c will be developed in collaboration with the Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory at Google’s Mountain View, Calif., headquarters, according with the post.
Google is working on the new language with the help of AI researchers at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
It is unclear when the new code will be released or how it will be used.
Code will be “a core component of Google Code, a new suite of software that will help coders and other programmers build more powerful and powerful software,” Google said in a blog post.
The new programming will be offered through Google’s Code Studio, a cloud-based programming suite.
The announcement comes as the software giant is under scrutiny for its handling of child safety.
A federal judge ruled in February that Google failed to protect children from the company’s software and data collection programs.
In the ruling, Judge Sheri Pym of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California said Google failed “to protect children at the risk of harm.”
Google has said that it was “shocked” by the court’s decision, saying it would “continue to fight” to overturn it.
The lawsuit was brought by the National Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and a number of other groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Media and Democracy and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The plaintiffs allege that the companies’ “deceptive and abusive practices” caused harm to children.
Google said the lawsuits “do not have merit” and are “not supported by the facts.”
Google is not alone in investing heavily in artificial intelligence.
Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp., Google and Facebook Inc. also have software and hardware projects aimed at helping their users make safer software.
Google, Facebook and Microsoft have also built apps to help their users with certain aspects of online security, including passwords and email.