From Gmail that writes itself to an Assistant that may pass the Turing test, I/O brought us a ton of enhancements to Google products, almost all due to its AI and machine learning efforts.
No, it won't be able to call Mom and have a conversation on your behalf. Not yet, at least.
As frustrating as it may be, you'll need a break eventually... right?
Hate writing emails? Us too.
Because, why notch?
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The lifelike AI will identify itself when talking to people.
First up: the Google Assistant-compatible Mi Bedside Lamp.
Lexy Savvides tries out Android P and shows off its features, including new swiping controls for better app navigation.
John Hennessy, the former Stanford president, said Google's lifelike voice AI points to what's coming.
Google's own line of smartwatches might come in several flavors this fall.
Don't expect cutting-edge future controls for the Mirage Solo.