Google may launch a new set of Android controls to help you manage phone use

Google may announce a new set of Android controls tomorrow at its annual developer conference that will help individuals and families manage how much time they are spending on mobile devices, The Washington Post reports .

It will not be the first time that Google creates controls to monitor the use of the phone. Google already offers a set of family control tools called Family Link that allows parents to restrict the time of use of their applications for children and lock devices remotely.

Other announcements that Publishing said wait at the Google I / O conference tomorrow include an update to the Google Assistant that will make it more interactive and new tools for publishers to help get results from reliable search. The report is imprecise in details.

Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, can talk about the issue of responsibility in his main speech, the Post said and that may reflect the technology industry's current challenges with protection of personal data. The main speech last year focused on artificial intelligence. Google will continue to emphasize artificial intelligence to some degree, given what the development of the assistant and search algorithms implies.