Google will be unfolding a lot of surprises at Google I/0 2018
Google is again here with another annual developer conference to announce new innovations and surprises. This year the tech giant got a lot of things to share with the developers and Google CEO, Sundar Pichai will be revealing them. Google I/O 2018 is scheduled for 8 May- 11 May and will be taking place Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California.
In case you have missed the opportunity to attend the event at the venue and want to witness the year’s most awaited tech event then don't worry, the Internet got you. You can watch the Keynote and other sessions live from the Mountain View. In order to make the Google I/O 2018 reachable to all the tech enthusiasts, the company will be streaming the event live on their events page. You can watch the conference live on Google events page where it will be streaming all the sessions. Along with this Google Developers channel on YouTube also live streams the entire Google I/O event uninterruptedly.
Google I/O 2018 is expected to be interesting among all the conferences till date as it will including a noticeable enhancement in AI and Google products. In addition, the Android P is supposed to be a makeover for the Google's smartphone OS and there is a list of the things that you should be expecting from Google I/O 2018. The event will kick off at 10 A.M. ET at the Shoreline Amphitheater with Sundar Pichai giving Google Keynote presentation. After that, there will be a number of sessions mentioned on the Schedule page of Google events. (View the Event Schedule Here)
Above are just few session details listed in the schedule table of the Google I/O 2018. While going to the schedule page I found a session named ‘Introducing AIY: Do-it-yourself, Artificial Intelligence’. The name denotes Google’s advancement in Artificial Intelligence and the company may be launching a new AI-based service at the event.
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