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8 Mar, 2023
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During this year's I/O, Google is anticipated to unveil over 20 artificial intelligence products that will be launched soon.

Google's annual I/O conference is scheduled to commence on May 10th and will be available to a limited live audience and open to online viewers. Interested individuals can register to attend today. The focus of this year's conference is on the various artificial intelligence technologies that Google is currently developing. The attendees can expect updates on Bard, Google's alternative to ChatGPT, along with other innovations such as image generation, code writing for apps, and product prototype testing.

The conference is the customary venue for receiving updates about the forthcoming version of Android, which Google has already given developers a preview of, as well as for witnessing various hardware-related announcements. With Android and Chrome now functional on displays of all sizes, ranging from wristwatches to televisions, there's ample room for conjecture.

Speculations are circulating that the Pixel 7A and the long-speculated Pixel Fold might be unveiled during the keynote, and it's plausible that we could obtain more information about the company's forthcoming tablet. Considering that the event invitation bears a striking resemblance to a tablet, the latter possibility seems highly probable.