He Google I/Othe Mountain View company’s annual developer conference, already has a date. The next May 10the firm led by Sundar Pichai will hold its annual event to announce the next version of Android and other news related to its products and services, and where it is also expected to announce important news in terms of artificial intelligence, as well as other hardware news that we have been waiting for a long time.
Like every year, the Google I/O It will be held in person for a “limited audience”, but anyone will be able to follow the presentation live through the website that the company has set up for the occasion.
Web that, by the way, lets you see in the form of easter egg some of the main novelties that we could see during the conference. Among them, the expected folding Pixel, because as it has discovered The Vergethe different elements that are in the main page of the I/O, have a shape similar to the interface of a foldable smartphone. Precisely, last year Google subtly revealed the announcement of its first smartwatch in the same way. I include on that same website a widget with a clock shape that showed the countdown to the launch.
Google could also announce the Pixel 7a during I/O 2023, its mid-range smartphone that would come to renew the Pixel 6a that was announced last year. We could also see a sneak peek at your next tablet or other products in the Nest range. At Google I/O in 2023, however, AI and software will also play a leading role.
IA and Android 14: the possible news of Google I / O
The company, in particular, could announce during the Google I / O up to 20 new artificial intelligence models in its eagerness to compete against OpenAI and ChatGPT. Google, in fact, recently revealed Bard, its AI model intended to answer any type of question. While this isn’t publicly available yet, it’s likely that they’ll announce its official release or at least an open public beta during the conference. That is, something similar to what Microsoft has done with the new Bing.
The Google I / O of 2023 will also be dedicated to the Android 14 announcement, the next version of the mobile operating system. This could come with important security and privacy news, although without major changes in terms of design.