Google I/O 2023 Big Announcements
Google I/O is an annual developer conference held by Google. It is a chance for developers to learn about Google’s latest products and technologies, and to network with other developers. The conference typically features keynote addresses from Google executives, as well as breakout sessions on a variety of topics.
Big announcements from Google I/O 2023:
Google Bard is a new large language model from Google AI. It is trained on a massive dataset of text and code and can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. Bard is still under development, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for developers and businesses.
Google Maps received a number of updates, including new features for exploring cities and finding places to eat. One of the most notable updates is Immersive View, which allows users to see a 360-degree view of a location before they visit it. Google Maps also added new features for finding places to eat, such as a new restaurant discovery tool and a new way to compare restaurant menus.
Google Search received a number of updates, including new ways to find information and new features for businesses. One of the most notable updates is the ability to search for information within images. Google Search also added new features for businesses, such as the ability to create custom knowledge panels and the ability to track the performance of their websites in Google Search.
Google Cloud A new AI platform called Vertex AI that makes it easier for developers to build and deploy AI models. A new database service called Cloud Spanner that is designed for high-performance, mission-critical applications.
Google Workspace A new way to collaborate on documents called Smart Canvas that makes it easier to share ideas and work together on documents. Now google include search “Help me write” in Gmail. A new way to manage your email called Personalized Smart Compose that suggests text as you type, based on your past emails and the context of the conversation.