Google I/O event
A few Days Ago! This year’s Google I/O event focused on the “we’re building something cool”, enlightenment on the “here’s something you can use or buy tomorrow.” This year google has announced lots of new features and alongside these Google Pixel 5a was also unveiled in Google I/O event. and we have compilations of all things revealed alongside Android 12
Android 12 has refreshed with new exciting features
Android 12 was on its way for months, When the devloper preview was leaked. That is our first official look at the next succesor of the world’s most popular operating system. A fresh look, called Material You, sharpens on users, apps, time of day, weather to change the UI’s colours and other features. Security features like new camera and microphone are also there they used indicators for it. There is “private compute core” features that use AI processes on your phone to customize replies and notifications. There’s a beta out today for the courageous minds
Smart Canvas merges Docs, productivity, and video calls together
Millions of businesses use Google’s suite of productivity and collaboration tools, but the company felt it would be better if they weren’t so private. Looks complex, but conceivably handy. In normal words, google meet is merged to Google services like Docs, sheets and other productivity applications
Google built a future proof modernised 3D video calling booth
Project Starline the most surprising feature announced at Google I/O. A high-tech 3D video call setup that uses Google’s research and Lytro DNA to show realistic 3D avatars of people. It’s still in preliminary condition but looks very hopeful for future reference.
Wear OS gets an overhaul and lots of health-focused apps
Few people want to do a lot more on their smartwatch. most people like to use them to track their steps, sleep tracker, and other health-related practices. Wear OS is collaborating with Fitbit DNA, with multicultural health tracking stuff it will be useful for health-conscious peoples.
Google announce a unified platform with Samsung in different aspects in Google I/O event
These two mobile titans have been active friends in the phone world. In the light of Apple’s absolute dominance in the smartwatch space. They have announced they’ll work on a “unified platform” so apps cant work on both Tizen and Wear OS.
Google and Samsung understood that selling foldable devices makes no sense except they do some cool things, and that collaboration is the best way forward there. These two companies will also be working together to improve foldable screens devices with Android.
LaMDA: Language Model for Dialogue Applications
In Google’s I/O 2021 keynote most interesting thing was LaMDA or Language Model for Dialogue Applications. This is a new technology to communicate with an Artificial Intelligence bot, like a chatbot — much more naturally adapting anything. It can talk in a more free-flowing way than previous AI’s could, as they often follow a simple path from A to B. Chatbots easily get muddled when you switch topics, for example.
LaMDA is arranging out to fix this. The model can acquire a great deal of information about a topic and join in a fully-formed, two-way dialogue even when it feels outside the original topic.
Google showed a demo of a LaMDA model trained on knowledge about the planet Pluto to discuss this with one of the researchers.
MUM: Multitask United Model in Google I/O event
MUM is a language model built on the same system as BERT, which originated back in 2019. BERT is a powerful language model that proved a finding on release. MUM, nevertheless, is upping the competition according to Google, MUM supposed to be 1000x more powerful than BERT.
A big deal of that power comes from the fact that it can multitask. It doesn’t have to do one task after another, but it can handle multiple tasks concurrently. This means that it can read text, understand the meaning, form deep knowledge about the topic, use video and audio to strengthen and enrich that, get perspicacity from over 75 languages and translate those conclusions into multi-layered content that answers even puzzling questions.
Android Studio next version is Arctic Fox
The beta for the next version of Google’s Android Studio environment is called Arctic Fox. It has a new UI framework toolkit called Jetpack Compose, and a bunch of approachability testing built in to help developers make their apps more friendly to people with disabilities. Connecting to devices to test on them should be way more comfortable now too and there is a version of Android Studio for Apple Silicon too.
Shopping Graph unveiled at Google I/O event
Google’s is renewing its shopping interface. They will include loads of product data, from price to star rating, availability and other data. Right now in the Google interface when you search for something. It takes up this information from retail sites. But now they are creating their system to get track of all products and prices. It would be super handy for the people who want all their details at a single place.
Your Android phone can work as your car key
Well, considering you have a new Android device with a UWB chip in it. Google is working with BMW first, and other automakers soon most expected, to make a new method for unlocking the car when you get near it, similar to the iOS car unlocking system
Few more things announced at Google I/O event
- Vertex collects machine learning development tools in one place
- There’s a new generation of Google’s custom AI chips
- New Photos features
- Flutter cross-platform devkit and firebase gets an update
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