Google IO: 5 recent announcements you must know
"Google kicked off its annual developer conference Google I/O on Tuesday"
Google kicked off its annual developer conference Google I/O on Tuesday. This year, the launch brought out quite a lot of upgrades to the existing services like Google Maps, Google Photos and more, enhanced camera app, Project Starline improved WearOS, new artificial intelligence, new security and privacy features and a lot more.The search giant also announced upgrades and improvements to the Pixel phone apps.
Here are the 10 most important announcements that were made by Google during the annual developer conference.
The company released the first beta of Android 12 to allow users to check out some of the features that will be launched. The Android 12, also being called “Material You”, comes with a lot of changes and a personalisation option. On Pixel devices, users will be able to completely personalize their phone with a custom color palette and redesigned widgets. Google has also simplified the interface for smooth interaction.
Google is bringing the best of WearOS and Samsung’s Tizen to a unified platform called “Wear”. This would enhance the way smartwatches work. The company claims that the watches will now come with a longer battery and faster performance.
Google Smart Canvas
Google also announced Smart Canvas, which is a collaborative tool between various Google products. The company said that it is bringing new smart chips to Google Docs. From web or mobile, your collaborators can then quickly skim associated meetings and people or preview linked documents, all without changing tabs or contexts.
Lamda AI language
A new LaMDA conversation technology, which is driven by Artificial Intelligence was also announced at the conference. Google calls the new technology its breakthrough conversation technology.
Google's Project Starline is a breakthrough technology that the company announced at the conference. The technology creates a real-time 3D model of a person who is sitting across you using high-resolution cameras and depth sensors. Project Starline is currently available in just a few of Google offices and it relies on custom-built hardware and highly specialized equipment. This is where person-to-person communication technology can and should go, and in time, the company believes.
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