Google I/O, which is one of the world’s biggest developer conference held by the search engine giant every year, is scheduled to take place from May 7 to May 9. Every year Google conducts its I/O developers conference, wherein they announce upcoming changes to their services and how developers should prepare themselves in order to take on the new changes.
Google I/O 2019 is scheduled to take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (USA), and now Google has posted the initial schedule for the conference.
Expectedly, Google will be kicking off its I/O event with the main Google keynote at 10 AM PDT, which will likely be hosted by key Google executives, including Sundar Pichai. As it goes every year, Google will be listing the changes that have been or are expected to be introduced to its services and products, including Android and its upcoming variant, Android Q. The event will be live streamed for enthusiasts who are interested in the conference but have not been able to score a ticket.
The Google keynote will be followed by Developer keynote, which will get into finer intricacies that would not be possible to detail in the main keynote. Once the Developer keynote is concluded, Google will conduct sessions for Android and detail what is new with the OS in terms of Google Assistant, Chrome, Material Design, Machine Learning, AI and Gaming. Google has also listed sessions on Android Q’s Dark Mode [Moving Away from the Light with Android Q], Google Coral [Introducing Google Coral: Building On-Device AI], Google Stadia [Stadia Streaming Tech: A Deep Dive], AR for Google Maps [Developing the First AR Experience for Google Maps], Linux on Chrome OS [Linux for Chromebooks: Secure Development], and so much more.
According to Google, more events will be added to this schedule. It will also add locations, speakers and a live stream filter along with exact timings, closer to the I/O.
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