All eyes are going to be at the Shoreline amphitheatre in California this week, where Google’s I/O conference is going to kick off on May 7. Like every year, Google is expected to showcase what it has been working on for the past year, and what it plans to bring to the market in future.
“Google I/O has traditionally been a showcase for Google’s AI prowess. This year, I anticipate the focus to be on hardware, whether it be through the new generation of Pixel phones or its smart display or a potential update to the Android TV,” says Prabhu Ram, Head – Industry Intelligence Group, CyberMedia Research.
“We will see new features and improvements likely to be introduced to the Google Assistant, alongwith updates to the Google Duplex AI. These new updates will be to further increase availability of Duplex AI, as well as build on the Google Assistant to make it more market competitive,” added CMR’s Ram.