The annual Google Developers conference will be held on the 17th of May to the 19th of May at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, as officially announced by Google on twitter. Google had put its new I/O website online today but is yet to add any sort of information for on it. This year marks as the 11th year of the Google’s conference and third year of it being held at Shoreline Amphitheater.
The company however didn’t actually announced the dates or venue initially, but instead dropped few hints on GitHub for people to figure out. The tweet read, “Around the world, from here to there, to the most clever minds, the secret will share” and were accompanied hashtags #googledevs and #savethedate.
Most of last 10 years, the event had been held at Moscone Events Center in San Francisco, but the popularity of I/O outgrew that venue in recent years. The event would mark a return to the Shoreline, where Google held the event last year to commemorate the conference’s 10th anniversary, which will also observe a rise in the number of people attending the event.
Last year right before the show, CEO Sundar Pichai, expressed his grand vision for Google and its future in artificial intelligence. He introduced the world to the Google Assistant and Google Home, the company’s new digital helper and smart home hub. Google also detailed the latest version of Android, called Nougat, and unveiled Daydream, the company’s virtual reality platform.