Google I/O, the corporate’s annual developer convention, is clearly not simply concerning the latest model of Android. This yr Google used the keynote stage to point out off a few of its developments in synthetic intelligence, together with a demo of an eerily-human-like robotic caller that may name the hair salon or a restaurant and make appointments in your behalf. We additionally discovered extra about Google’s imaginative and prescient for the way forward for visible search, noticed glimpses of its new Materials Design theme, and, as anticipated, discovered extra about Android P. However actually, the bot-calling demo was the one which blew everybody away, and in addition occurs to be the factor that’s nonetheless probably the most fraught with unanswered questions.
Some notes: Yow will discover all of our I/O protection right here, together with this exclusive look at the new Google Lens, the questions Google still needs to answer about its Duplex know-how, and the history of JOMO (AKA the Pleasure of Lacking Out), in addition to the research behind Google’s new features that encourage you to take breaks from know-how.
Suggestions this week: Arielle recommends the Netflix collection “Wild Wild Country,” Lauren suggests the brand new “Caliphate” podcast from The New York Occasions, and Mike is all about bike-sharing services this week.
Ship the hosts suggestions on their private Twitter feeds. Arielle Pardes is @pardesoteric, Lauren Goode is @laurengoode, and Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the primary hotline at @GadgetLab. Our theme track is by Solar Keys.
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