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Google I/O '18

Here are my top 5 impressions on this conference.

Gmail - live sentence suggestion It looked like the way developers use intelligent code completion in an IDE when coding.
Google Photos: converting a photo has a document to pdf I have a paid app on my iPad called "Scanner for Me" but now I can use Google Photos instead. ;)
Google Assistant: bot makes a real call to book a restaurant dinner or a hair salon Wow! This feature, for me, is really a big innovation. My team is working so hard on building our bot which is able to have a continued conversation. Google is so good!
Google Maps: using Phone's camera to watch the direction When I saw a fox as a cicerone on the demo, I was thinking of Pokémon GO.
Google Lens: extract text from images I have heard a story from a friend of me that he had to use his app about "optical character recognition (OCR)" to scan and translate the texts into English whenever he saw texts in China. Google Lens would be a good helper for…

Google I/O 2017 Notes

WOW! How meaningful this below video explains about the name of  "I/O".
Sundar Pichai talked a lot of Machine Learning Machine Learning is a very hot trend these days. Google uses it for their products.
Google Assistant: Easily booking an online meal by talking with Google Assistant like a staff of partners, for example.Google Home: Hands-free calling.Google Photos: sharing suggestion, shared library, photo books and google lens.Youtube: 360 degree video, live stream. Kotlin became an official programming language for Androidhttps://kotlinlang.org

I'm on the way to Kotlin! ^^


Reference:
[1]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2VF8tmLFHw