Artificial intelligence is officially the buzzword of 2018. Almost every announcement that came out of Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, was tied to A.I. in some way or form. It’s no surprise, then, to see Google injecting more machine learning and A.I. into one of its core products — Android.
The next version of Google’s mobile operating system is here, dubbed Android P. We won’t know what dessert name it will be called yet (my vote’s on Peppermint or Popsicle), but you can download the open beta right now if you have a compatible device. Google first released a developer preview back in March, but this week’s show brought even more details. We’re taking a close look here, but you can read about all the new features in our Android P guide.
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