Today in Mountain View, California, the home of Google, the tech giant will be kicking off their annual developers conference. Google I/O is one of the more important events and is the second developer conference going on this week behind Microsoft’s Build conference.
The event kicks off this morning at 10:00 am Pacific (1:00 pm Eastern) with the keynote address from Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai. You can watch the streaming of his keynote on the Google I/O site, https://google.com/io for free.
This year’s I/O keynote is expected to bring a lot of news and information on where various products within Google are heading for the rest of this year and beyond. The second developer preview of Android P is expected to be announced along with new features and functionality around Google Assistant and Wear OS by Google. Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence will be a key topic throughout the week at I/O as Google has identified themselves as leaders in the space and where technology is now heading at a rapid pace.
While Google won’t stream all of the activities from this week live, the stream on the I/O site will have various things on it throughout the week. Assuming the company sticks with tradition, in a few weeks almost all of the sessions will be available to stream for those who didn’t get to go this year or want a recap.