Google’s new robotics factory in San Francisco is hiring 100 people, and the company is expanding to San Diego to fill vacancies.
The company also says it will begin to offer a new kind of “automated learning” service that will offer students up to eight hours of free online instruction.
The company says it is “actively exploring new opportunities” in the San Francisco area.
Google says the company’s San Francisco facility, which is expected to open in 2020, will house 20 robots.
Google’s San Diego factory will have 60 workers and about 50 robots.
The robots will work for two years and will be used to create apps, video games and other applications.
The factory is being built by San Diego-based robotic engineering company RSL Robotics.