Hopefully you enjoyed the Google I/O 2019 Keynote presentations yesterday — we certainly did!
At the main keynote for the event, Google demonstrated a number of their advances in ML and AI, such as Live Caption and Live Relay, and emphasized their commitment to user security and privacy. Most of Google’s technologies were announced to have the capability run on-device, which results in fast performance without your private data needing to be sent to the cloud.
This year, we pulled together a group of our most senior raywenderlich.com Android team members to share their thoughts about Google I/O 2019:
- Dru Freeman, podcast host
- Jenn Bailey, season podcast host
- Joe Howard, Pillar Lead
- Victoria Gonda, Android team
- Filip Babić, Android team
- Nishant Srivastava, Android team
This enthusiastic bunch sat down last night from all corners of the Earth to share their thoughts on the main keynote, the Developer Keynote, the What’s New in Android event, and other sessions the team was able to attend or view.
In case you missed it, here’s the replay of the livecast from last night:
Where to Go From Here?
Check in with raywenderlich.com over the next week or so for a few more posts about the Google I/O 2019 fallout — we’ll have more news and updates for you the week rolls on!
What are you most excited about — or most skeptical about — of what came out of Google I/O’s events from yesterday? Leave your comments below!