The Google I/O 2018 conference has finally started with some big announcements from the tech giant.
With these features, the competition in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered assistants space seemed to have intensified.
It still doesn't have an official name, but Android P is this week available to download and test on a number of devices. Numerous new features are based on the AI and other future technologies as Google aims to make these applications more efficient and productive for users.
Google's likely assumption was that if your smartwatch isn't connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, that would mean it's not in use. These gestures include swipe up once to open recent apps, swipe up again to open up the app drawer and more.
Nevertheless, AI will reportedly help improve the battery performance in Android P. You will be able to see the actual meaning of the text just by selecting it.
Just like adaptive battery, this Brightness feature also works smartly for the users to save a lot of battery from their device. It will now give you a quick overview of your day along with suggestions that will be based on the time, day and your interactions with Google Assistant. The feature will now adjust the screen brightness on its own according to your preferences as the system will keep learning your preferences over time.
The battery power for most smartphones is spent on updating apps that may not even be running, so the technology aims to learn your habits shelve apps you may not normally use.
But Google also briefly showed a slide with a few more items on its roadmap for Android P in the vehicle.
As well this voice recognition system, the firm's future cars will also use Google Maps, Google Play Store and other services run by the California-based firm. This new functionality figure out the most used apps by you.
I want this technology to work, its potentially transformative for the use of our time and would have plenty of applications both in our personal and professional lives, but don't expect it on your device any time soon. It would not have the multitasking button that shows all the apps running in the background. This will help the user to sleep on time.
Continued Conversations allows Google Assistant to respond to a succession of queries without the user having to say a wake phrase like "Hey, Google" before each individual one.
Developers won't have to do anything to support these new screen sizes and input mechanisms since the Android Auto platform will simply handle that for them.