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Alphabet has announced that its annual Google I/O conference 2023 will take place on May 10. The company says it will be broadcast worldwide on streaming (as usual) and that you can register to attend today.

This year, the biggest expectations revolve around all the artificial intelligence technology that Google is developing. News about Bard is expected, your reply to ChatGPTas well as other products of images, code for applications and other tools.

The conference is usually the place where we find out about the next Android and where we first see announcements of new hardware and software (with a focus on the smartphone ecosystem and Chrome).

There are rumors that we’ll get details about the Pixel 7A and the long-rumored Pixel Fold during the keynote, and we may be able to hear more about the company’s next tablet. Since the event invite looks pretty much like a tablet, the latter is almost certain.

Bard as the center of artificial intelligence:

As we brought you a few days ago, Google internally enabled code red following the release of ChatGPT 4.0 and Microsoft’s Bing chat-based search.

The company reacted by introducing its chat-based search engine called Bard, but that’s not all the company has to offer on the AI ​​front. The article of New York Times details some innovations the company could reveal at Google I/O this year:

  • An animation of the demo Google Bard.
  • An imaging studio that “creates and edits images.”
  • A third iteration of the AI ​​Test Kitchenwhich the company uses to publicly test upcoming AI features.
  • Shopping Try-onwhich is a YouTube feature that uses technology similar to green screen to help you try on clothes without leaving your home.
  • Maya is a tool that allows you to view shoes in 3D.
  • A video summary tool which generates another shorter video from a longer one.
  • A wallpaper creation tool for Google Pixel phones.
  • A tool created so that other companies can create their own AI applications.

In addition to this, we could see new tools for developers. A new Colab option could be part of Android Studio, Google’s developer environment, and help developers fix their code.

It is assumed that the tool will be able to write code based on the programmers’ input. And so far the part of artificial intelligence.

Google Pixel 7a and Pixel Tablet in scoop

They revealed the Google Pixel Tablet at last year’s developer conference, but the company still hasn’t made it available to the public a year later. Google is likely to change this situation at I/O 2023 and finally reveal a release date… and a price.

We could also see the launch of the Google Pixel 7a at I/O 2023. The next-generation budget phone is rumored to come with the same Tensor G2 chip that’s in the Pixel 7. Based on what happened with the Google Pixel 6a, this new smartphone wouldn’t arrive until July.

Leaks point to the Google Pixel Fold, Alphabet’s rumored foldable, launching in Q3 2023. That doesn’t mean we won’t see it at I/O 2023.

The American company is famous for showing products to anticipate leaks and recover the narrative, and it has done so with the Pixel Tablet and the Pixel 7 line at I/O last year.

Android 14

It will tell more about Android 14

Android 14 is available as a preview version for developers and adventurers who are encouraged to use the operating system in beta format, with all that this entails: errors and possible crashes.

Although the first version looks almost identical to 13, analysts are finding tons of features hidden under the hood of Android 14. Google is likely to make many of them official at I/O 2023, and will release Android 14 soon after. Beta 2.

And with this we would close everything we expect from the I/O conference of this 2023. I, at least, believe that these three legs will support the bulk of the news. We’ll see if they surprise us with something new.

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Varun Kumar

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