What is Google I/O
Google I/O is an annual developer conference held by Google in Mountain View, California. “I/O” stands for Input/Output, as well as the slogan “Innovation in the Open”. The event’s format is similar to Google Developer Day. Lets see updates related SEOs & Digital Marketer in short you, me & google search.
Google Translate Will Add 24 New Language:
Apart from improving Google Assistant’s ability to communicate with users in a more natural way and making Google Assistant more compatible with dialects, Google announced that it has made several improvements to its Google Translate service. If google adding these languages that means it will soon now able to understand webpage, image, audio, video.
Some of are :
Go Beyond Search Box: Introducing Multi-search:
With multisearch, you can ask a question about an object in front of you or refine your search by color, brand or a visual attribute. Give it a go yourself by using Lens to: Screenshot a stylish orange dress and add the query “green” to find it in another color Snap a photo of your dining set and add the query “coffee table” to find a matching table
Take a picture of your rosemary plant and add the query “care instructions”
All this is made possible by our latest advancements in artificial intelligence, which is making it easier to understand the world around you in more natural and intuitive ways. We’re also exploring ways in which this feature might be enhanced by MUM. Updated with Multi search Near Me. #local SEO
Go Beyond Search Box: Introducing Scene Exploration
“Scene exploration” in Google Lens will allow your phone to identify multiple products or objects around you, simply by moving your camera around the scene to gather information. Lens will automatically recognize multiple objects and offer insights. use case Google details for this is shopping for a specific chocolate bar within a store. On the shelf, there might be dozens of options, which Lens can recognize and help you filter. As seen in the demo above, “scene exploration” is able to recognize each individual chocolate bar and show its online review ratings
Immersive View Coming Soon to Maps
Google I/O, announced new ways the latest advancements in AI are transforming Google Maps, thanks to advances in computer vision and AI that allow us to fuse together billions of Street View and aerial images to create a rich, digital model of the world — we’re introducing a whole new way to explore with Maps. With our new immersive view, you’ll be able to experience what a neighborhood, landmark, restaurant or popular venue is like. This can also identify the business is actually present at the location or not. So by this tech google now will find out photoshop business banner.
Improving Skin Tone Representation Across Google
Updating our approach to skin tone can help us better understand representation in imagery, as well as evaluate whether a product or feature works well across a range of skin tones using Using the Monk Skin Tone Scale to improve Google products. Every day, millions of people search the web expecting to find images that reflect their specific needs. That’s why we’re also introducing new features using the MST Scale to make it easier for people of all backgrounds to find more relevant and helpful results.
For example: makeup related queries , bridal makeup looks. Creators, brands and publishers will be able to use this new inclusive schema to label their content with attributes like skin tone, hair color and hair texture.
Google PaLM Algorithm: Path To Next Generation Language Models
Google announced a breakthrough in the effort to create an AI architecture that can handle millions of different tasks, including complex learning and reasoning. The new system is called the Pathways Language Model, referred to as PaLM.
PaLM is able to outperform the current state of the art language models and humans in language and reasoning tests. By combining model scale with chain-of-thought prompting, PaLM shows breakthrough capabilities on reasoning tasks that require multi-step arithmetic or common-sense reasoning.
Google’s My Ad Center lets Users Control Their Ad Experience, Follow Brands
A sleek new My Ad Center experience was announced today at Google’s annual I/O event. It provides users with a handful of options to control the messages being served across selected Google properties.
Google users will be able to dictate:
Which brands and topics they like.
The amount of personalization they are comfortable with for their ad customization.
These personalization options can be accessed from within the new My Ad Center experience or directly within the ad itself.
Here’s everything we know about My Ads Center from Google I/O:
- Follow brands and topics
- Personalization and data source controls
- Expanded controls within ads