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Google I/O 2024 will be all about AI once again

Google I/O 2024 will be all about AI once again

Google is preparing to hold its annual developer conference, Google I/O, next week, and it is natural that the conference will revolve entirely around artificial intelligence. The company did not hide this. Since last year’s I/O conference, it has debuted Gemini, its new, more powerful model meant to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, and has delved into testing new features for search, Google Maps, and Android. We expect to hear a lot about these things this year.

Google I/O kicks off on Tuesday, May 14 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET with a keynote. You can catch that Google website Or her YouTube channel, via the live stream link also included at the top of this page. (There is also a version With an American Sign Language interpreter.) Devote a significant amount of time to it; I/O tends to last for a few hours.

Google is also likely to focus on the ways it plans to turn your smartphone into an AI-powered tool. This means more productive AI features for Google apps. It has been working on AI features that help with dining and shopping or finding electric vehicle chargers in Google Maps, for example. Google is also testing a feature that uses artificial intelligence to call a business and wait until there is actually someone available to talk to.

The I/O could also see the debut of a new, more personal version of its digital assistant, rumored to be called “Pixie.” The Gemini-powered assistant is expected to incorporate multimedia features such as the ability to take photos of objects Learn how to use them or Get directions to where to buy them.

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This kind of thing could be bad news for devices like the Rabbit R1 and Human Ai Pin, which were recently launched and are struggling to justify their existence. Right now, the only advantage they might have is that it’s difficult (though not impossible) to use a smartphone as an AI wearable.