Google CEO Sundar Pichai last week lit up his first earnings call with accounts of a solid third quarter and machine learning dreams that could permeate all the company’s products. The Q3 2015 report was the first in which Google reported earnings through its recently formed parent company, Alphabet. As the call drew to a close, investors asked Pichai and Ruth Porat, CFO of Google and Alphabet, about the company’s vision machine learning. Google’s investments in artificial intelligence and machine learning are a priority, Pichai said.