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Google's flagship press event is currently taking place, and the company led things off with the announcement of Android O, the next version of a popular mobile operating system.
Android O promises improved battery life, picture-in-picture, better copy and paste, and speed improvements under the hood.
Google also touted new features that integrate machine learning technology including Google Lens which can use a camera to identify and utilize objects in the real world.
One example showed a camera focussing on the printed WiFi information on the back of the modem and the lens feature automatically input the data to connect.
Google photos can also suggest sharing options based on the people who appear in a photo.
Google's assistant was also on display during the keynote showing off new voice activated functionality that will be accessible across multiple devices.
Wireless calling is also headed to Google home letting users make phone calls just by using their voice.
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