Raspberry Pi Foundation have announced on their blog that Google is set to introduce a range of artificial intelligence and machine learning services to the Raspberry Pi platform. These new tools will be used to bolster the already capable device, which has sold over ten million around the world. Some of the reasons why the Raspberry Pi has been a very popular hobbyist computer is that the device is supremely flexible, highly portable, reasonably well equipped and inexpensive. There have been no shortage of developers willing to experiment with the tiny computer. In addition to the artificial intelligent features, Google are reportedly bringing other developer tools to the Raspberry Pi platform. There's even a survey for existing Raspberry Pi owners to complete to help steer Raspberry Pi Foundation towards providing the services and features that customers want for their Raspberry Pi device. It will be interesting to see what new projects people will come up with for the Raspberry Pi once it is connected to Google's deep machine learning and artificial intelligence systems, and it's encouraging to see Raspberry Pi Foundation asking customers what they would like to see developed for the platform.