Posted November 08, 2018 07:48:48MIT will soon begin offering computers that can run apps from the Google Play store.
The MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab is offering the first such device, a new computer that can be used for learning from digital content in the MIT app store.
It will be called the MIT Assist Computer, and it will launch in the fall of 2020.
The Assist Computer is a virtual assistant that will allow users to learn from content in a virtual environment, or a virtual classroom.
The device will be used to create apps that will be accessible from Google’s digital content portal.
The device will also be able to communicate with other apps, allowing them to interact with the computer.MIT Assistant, as it will be known, is based on the software from the Android app store, which makes it possible for a computer to access content.
It also provides a way for the user to control the computer remotely, so that it can learn from the content without needing to connect to a network.MIT Assist Computer will be available for $149.99, and the device will have access to the Google apps for the first time.
It’s expected to launch with at least one other app on the MIT website.
It has been designed to work with the Android platform, but can also be used on iOS and macOS.