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Unveils Google latest updates, apps in 2017

This week Google crossed over two billion active devices of Android, 500 million active Google Photos users and 1.2 billion videos and photos uploaded to Google Photos every day. Let’s see what Google latest updates by Google CEO Sundar Pichai on 17th May 2017 in Mountain View, Calif.

Google latest updates

Google Lens: They are clearly at an inflection point with vision and they have announced a new initiative called Google Lens. Google Lens is a set of vision based computing capabilities that can understand what you’re looking at and help you to take action based on that information. For example, if you want to know the name of flowers just open the Google Lens App and the App can tell you the name flowers.

Google Latest updates

Cloud TPUs: Google also announced the next generation of TPU use Cloud TPU which are optimized for both training and inference each board is capable of 180 trillion floating-point operations per second and you know Google designed it for data center so you can easily stack them. So TPUs are coming to Google compute engine as of today. Google excited about designing better machine learning models but it is really time-consuming.

Google Assistant: The most important products that Google is using Google search in Google assistant. So Google adding the ability to type to your assistant on the phone soon with the smarts of Google lens. In your assistant will be able to have a conversation about what you see just tap the Google lens icon point the camera and my assistant can instantly translate them into English. The assistant is becoming a more connected experience and now Google excited to announce that the Google assistant is now available on the iPhone. Google think the assistant should be available on all kinds of devices where people might want to ask for help.

Google Latest updates

Google Assistant SDK: The new Google assistant SDK allows any device manufacturer to easily build the Google assistant into whatever they’re building starting this summer the Google assistant will begin rolling out in French, German, Brazilian Portuguese and Japanese on both Android phones and iPhones by the end of the year Google will also support Italian Spanish and Korean.