Can’t trek down — or up, or east, or west — to the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View this year for Google’s annual developer conference? No worries, you can watch it live from the comfort of the internet.
You can find the various talks that are being streamed by visiting the schedule page for Google I/O and looking for events with a video camera icon next to them. (We counted more than 150.) Livestreamed talks can be found at their scheduled times on the Google Developers YouTube channel.
Last year, you could also watch the keynote in 360-degree video. Not the case this year, but you should still expect virtual reality to be on the menu at I/O.
Here are a few streaming highlights:
- Wednesday, May 17, 10 am PT / 1 pm ET / 6 pm London / 1 am (but on May 18) Hong Kong: Main keynote, featuring Google CEO Sundar Pichai
- Wednesday, May 17, 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET / 9 pm London / 4 am (again, May 18) Hong Kong: Developer keynote (less consumer-focused)
- Thursday, May 18, 9:30 am PT/ 12:30 pm ET/ 5:30 pm London / 11:30 pm Hong Kong: VR/AR presentation
We’re expecting I/O this year to flesh out Google’s AI-first vision with announcements that the company is automating and enhancing its products with more artificial intelligence features and tools.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.