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Google to highlight latest AI developments and plans at annual developer conference


Google to showcase latest advancements in AI at annual developer conference

As one of the biggest events in the tech calendar approaches, Google is expected to highlight its progress in artificial intelligence and how AI will power products and services going forward. The search giant's I/O conference kicks off on May 14th in California, giving CEO Sundar Pichai a platform to outline the company's vision.

Now in its tenth year, I/O brings together thousands of developers working with Google's various platforms like Android and Chrome. While not aimed directly at consumers, the presentations often provide a glimpse of upcoming updates to popular apps and services. Attendees will want to hear Google's plans for AI, believed to be a central theme.

After major investments from rivals Microsoft and OpenAI, Google will want to prove it remains at the cutting edge of generative AI . Insiders say new capabilities for its Gemini model are likely to be on show, with the goal of expanding AI throughout search, , , Gmail and other core offerings. gemini could soon power enhanced features for billions of Android phone users too.

In recent months, Google has ramped up AI demonstrations while forging new partnerships for its AI stack. However, integrating the technology without disrupting businesses or user experiences is complex. Revenue still largely relies on advertisement displays within search results. Maintaining search relevance and avoiding automation that could impact revenue will be key priorities.

Developers, media and investors will be listening closely for how Google balances innovation with oversight. With big tech facing growing regulatory scrutiny, Pichai needs to convince all parties AI is progressing safely and for the benefit of users. Whatever transpires at I/O, it's certain AI will remain central to Google's strategy of empowering users and developers through intelligent technology.

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