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We’ll have a lounge where myself and members of the PR team will likely be in case you have any questions. This will also serve as a working area with power and dedicated wifi, which you can use to file your stories. Both breakfast and lunch will be served here for all three days of I/O!

We’ll have additional seating for press in the lawn area next to the press lounge.

Overview of I/O grounds

Day 1 - Tuesday, May 7
  • “What's new in Android” || May 7, 2:00 - 3:00 PM || Get an overview of the latest developer features in Android.
  • “Stadia Streaming Tech: A Deep Dive” || May 7, 3:00 - 4:00 PM || This session provides technical details for the streaming technology that powers Stadia, from maximizing visual quality to minimizing latency for the end user at 60 frames per second.
  • “What's New with Chrome and the Web” || May 7, 3:00 - 4:00 PM || This session will cover the latest updates across Chrome, as well as the tools and services that we’re building, across our teams, to help developers build great experiences. Looking further into the future, you'll also learn the evolving role of the Web across an increasing number of platforms and devices and what that could mean for users and developers.
  • “What's New with Android for Cars” || May 7, 4:00 - 5:00 PM || In this session, you’ll learn about new design improvements and the latest cars that support Android Auto. You’ll also hear more about the new, Android-based infotainment systems that are built into cars and hear more directly from Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar. 
Day 2  - Wednesday, May 8
  • “Overview of Privacy Changes in Android Q” || May 8, 8:30 - 9:30 AM || This session will cover new privacy related changes coming in Android Q. This includes changes to permissions including Location and Storage, new restrictions on background app launching, and new platform APIs.
  • [inspiration talk] “Making Art with Artificial Intelligence: Artists in Conversation” || May 8, 9:30 - 10:30 PM || This session will explore new forms of visual art made possible by machine learning, from collaboration with robots to machine models of nature. Hear from some of the artists exhibiting their work on The Boardwalk at I/O as part of I/O Arts. 
  • [inspiration talk] “Music and Machine Learning” || May 8, 12:30 - 1:30 AM || In this session Claire Evans, artist, author and one half of the pop duo YACHT talks about deep learning as a tool in their creative process. Their new album explores Google AI’s research project, 
  • Deep Learning to Solve Challenging Problems” || May 8, 2:30 - 3:30 PM || This talk will highlight some of Google Brain’s research and computer systems with an eye toward how it can be used to solve challenging problems, and will relate them to the National Academy of Engineering's Grand Engineering Challenges for the 21st Century, including the use of machine learning for healthcare, robotics, and engineering the tools of scientific discovery. He will also cover how machine learning is transforming many aspects of our computing hardware and software systems.
  • Artificial Intelligence: From Social Good to Ambient Intelligence” || May 8, 4:30 - 5:30 PM || In this talk, hear from our global leader of Google’s Crisis Response efforts on how to think about applying ML and AI to positively impact some of the world’s biggest humanitarian and environmental challenges. Through a pilot program in India, his team has been able to predict the path of a flood and can warn communities via public alerts. He will also talk about how Conversational AI is helping us in an increasingly ambient way with our daily lives.
  • Shuttle Service: Event shuttles will be provided to Google I/O attendees at no charge from all Google-recommended hotels and with select service from San Francisco, Millbrae BART, Mountain View Caltrain, San Jose, and Oakland. We are increasing the shuttle frequency and capacity at the Mountain View Caltrain and Millbrae Bart stations. You must show your Google I/O confirmation email or conference badge to board all Google I/O event shuttles. The schedule is posted here.
  • Weather Advisory: The Bay Area can be hot during the day and chilly in the evenings. We highly recommend that you dress in layers in case of colder temperatures, as well as apply sunblock throughout the day.
  • I/O Live Embed Widget: We’re offering a widget to embed on your website that allows you to deliver highlights and live announcements directly from Google I/O. It features the following elements: the complete I/O live video stream (this includes the keynote and all sessions) and social feed from @GoogleDevs. Learn more here.
  • Download the mobile app for Google I/O: You can now also customize your schedule and plan your I/O experience via the Google I/O app on Google Play.
  • #io19 social and blog updates: News and updates for #io19 will be shared throughout the week on @Google and our official blog, The Keyword.