Thushan is the product manager for all things fun on the Google Assistant. He always wanted a talking robot of his own – now he gets to play with one of the biggest. Previously he created apps like Toontastic (which the New York Times called one of the best apps of the year, and included in Apple's App Store Hall of Fame) for kids at his startup, Launchpad Toys. Before that he was a multimedia journalist at The Boston Globe. He has a B.S. in computer science from N.C. State University.View the profile
Ralfi Nahmias product manager, Actions on Google Ralfi is a product manager focusing on "chatbots". He is responsible for DialogFlow, Google's bot building platform, and APIs for developing AoG's gaming ecosystem. Previously he worked on natural language question and answer systems over large data sets featuring on products like Google Analytics and Google Spreadsheets.View the profile
Andy is a Creative Lead at Google, where he infuses delight and play into the Google Assistant as part of the Personality team. Prior to joining Google, Andy worked as a creative director, designing award-winning digital products and experiences for brands like Steelcase, Cartoon Network, Crayola, Nickelodeon and the Smithsonian Institution. Andy earned a BFA in graphic design and a AAS in illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.View the profile
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Learn how to design and develop fun games for the Google Assistant on smart displays. By walking through the new APIs, you'll learn how to best take advantage of the capabilities of smart displays for immersive game play.
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