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Google wants artificial intelligence and machine learning into people's lives

Tinuku ~ Google has done a lot of things as it seeks to realize a major mission in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology which are both reddish in Google I/O 2017. In fact, the company plans to make the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning more massive again into front.

Tinuku Google wants artificial intelligence and machine learning into people's lives

All Google services and products are expected to adopt both these technologies and of course all users can use their sophistication. Google CEO Sundar Pichai says the technology is no longer about the conventional mobile base, but rather the "Mobile First" revolution to "AI First".

"We want to become an AI First company. And now, it seems time for Google to bring the benefits of artificial intelligence to everyone, so all can use from all the services we provide," Pichai said in Google I/O 2017 at Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, United States.

Google will design and develop AI not only specifically for developers, but also for corporate and general users. AI will expand to all Google products and services like Gmail, Google Photos, Google Home and more.

One update armed with artificial intelligence and machine learning is the most striking is Google Home. Smart speakers can make calls via WiFi, send messages, review traffic and even can provide notifications to delay flight schedules.

Technology will also make Google Photos even easier. Users will more and more practically collect photos automatically based on events and moments of celebration. Google Assistant will also get updates for smartphones and some IoT (Internet of Things) devices.

Some other latest update features in I/O 2017 are Google Photos, Android O, Daydream VR (Virtual Reality) devices, Tango projects, developer solutions like Firebase and Kotlin and more. Google I/O 2017 is visited by more than 7,000 developers and 400 media from different parts of the world.


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