Google I/O 2023, the annual developer conference held by Google, has announced its lineup of sessions for this year’s event. The conference will take place virtually, from May 23 to May 26, and features a range of topics aimed at developers.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
One of the main focuses of this year’s conference is on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Google has several sessions dedicated to these topics, including “Building AI-Driven Applications with TensorFlow,” “Advanced Machine Learning with Google Cloud AI Platform,” and “Exploring the Future of AI with Google AI Experts.”
Android and Web Development
Google I/O 2023 also includes sessions on Android and web development. These sessions cover topics such as “What’s New in Android Development Tools,” “Building Great Web Experiences with Chrome,” and “Creating High-Performance Web Apps with Google Web Toolkit.”
Cloud and Big Data
For developers interested in cloud and big data, Google I/O 2023 has sessions such as “Building Cloud-Native Applications with Google Cloud Platform,” “Big Data Analytics with Google Cloud Dataproc,” and “Advanced Data Science with Google Cloud AI Platform.”
Internet of Things and Robotics
Google I/O 2023 also has sessions on the Internet of Things (IoT) and robotics, including “Building IoT Solutions with Google Cloud IoT Core,” “Developing Robotics Applications with Google AI and TensorFlow,” and “Exploring the Future of Robotics with Google Robotics Experts.”
In addition to the above topics, Google I/O 2023 will feature sessions on a range of other topics, including gaming, design, accessibility, and more. Some notable sessions include “Designing for Inclusivity,” “The Future of Gaming with Stadia,” and “Building for the Next Billion Users.”
Google I/O 2023 promises to be an exciting event for developers, with a range of sessions covering a variety of topics, concludes NIX Solutions. Whether you’re interested in artificial intelligence, web development, or robotics, there is something for everyone at this year’s conference.