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Google says that the software it uses to measure the speed of your smartphone is not human-like at all.
In fact, it’s so accurate it can tell you if you’re actually walking on a trackpad, for example.
The company has announced that it’s launching a “bot-like” version of its Sense app that it hopes will allow people to see whether they’re walking on real, human-scale tracks.
The company says the new Sense software is the first step towards building “robots that are like humans”.
The company says that this is the culmination of years of work with researchers at MIT and Google, and that the new software will be available to everyone in a few months.
The new Sense app will be able to detect a person walking on the trackpad and give you a number from 0 to 100.
If the number is 100, you are a robot.
You can then see whether the person is walking on human-sized trackpads, or walking on robot-like ones.
Google is still not saying exactly how it plans to use this data.
But it says it plans for the new app to use sensors to analyse your movements in real time, and to track your heart rate and how you move through different environments.
The sensor will also be able tell whether your hands are gripping the trackpad, and you’ll be able see how your hands move.
If you have a smartphone with Android 4.0 or later, the Sense app now has the ability to be installed on Android devices, and will be compatible with the new version of Android called KitKat, Google said.
This is Google’s latest attempt to take on Apple, the only other company to make a smartphone-like sensor for its Sense software.
Google says that its new sensor can tell if you are walking on any trackpad in any location, including in the real world.
It can also tell if your hand is gripping the virtual trackpad or not, so you can decide whether you want to do that.
If that doesn’t feel very convincing, Google says it will make an update to the app later this year that will give users the option to see the distance between their hands.