Google's annual I/O developer conference begins Wednesday. Many are expecting Google to unveil a new virtual reality headset, a smart home hub similar to the Amazon Echo, and more details around the next version of Android. This will also be the first Google I/O conference with Sundar Pichai as CEO of the company. Google will be livestreaming the keynote here, which begins at 10 a.m. The company also has a list of all other sessions and events from the conference that will be livestreamed.
In the ever-changing world of high-tech gadgets and gizmos, a whole load of jargon is thrown our way that many of us don't necessarily understand. In our regular series, What is…, we'll tackle a tech term and explain what it means so you can understand it a bit more. Here we explain Artificial Intelligence, a developing computer science which is causing some controversy. In simple terms, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is enabling computers to do things like humans, especially the ability to think, learn and react like we do. AI was once something only imaginable in sci-fi movies, but in recent years it has increasingly become a reality.