Google kicked off the conference by revealing that it would be rebranding its Google Research division to Google AI, highlighting how the firm's research and development work has become increasingly focused on AI-powered technologies such as machine learning, neural networks and other. The feature is expected this summer.
Besides, users won't have to say "Hey Google" or "OK Google" every time to give a command.
Further impressive AI features to be announced at the conference included a Smart Compose feature that can write emails for you and the ability to colorize black and white photos using advanced object recognition. The goal is to save you some time. The launch hopes to ease user's smartphone addiction and enable them to hold conversations with gadgets. Just point the camera at a building or sign to get more information. Because, if that's just one thing to hate about Samsung's flagship phones, that's the painstakingly slow Android update process. Samsung has its own version, Bixby Vision.
OK, Google. Thanks for saving us from you. The feature should be available to everyone by next week.
Google I/O 2018 is going on and on the first day of the event, the company has officially announced the next version of Android, dubbed as the Android P. The Android P has not even given a name yet but the features are out.
As well this voice recognition system, the firm's future cars will also use Google Maps, Google Play Store and other services run by the California-based firm.
Share photos automatically with the people included in the image. The changes are coming in the next few months.