I am wondering if it's possible to commute daily by bike.
Easily. I used to do almost 60 km round-trip daily.
Well, it'll be easy after a while. If you're not used to riding every day, it'll be pretty difficult at first.
Google predicts it takes 52 minutes (one-way). Do you think it's an accurate prediction?
That depends on you. 17 km in 52 minutes isn't even 20 kph, though, which is pretty slow on flat ground for a fit rider on a good bike. A fit rider on flat ground with a decent bike can likely sustain close to 30 kph or even more for a long time. And your bike doesn't have to be very expensive to be good enough to commute at those speeds.
And if you ride every day, you'll get really fit pretty quickly.
If your ride isn't going to be flat, though, and you pile a lot of gear on your bicycle, that time might be optimisic. While going down hills can be fast, hauling a lot of weight up hills is slow, and because of that it takes a long time.
When you start commuting by bicycle and if you're not used to riding multiple days in a row, be aware that you'll likely feel OK for the first few days, then it will get really hard to the point you might have to skip a day occasionally to recover. But don't get discouraged, because after a couple of weeks your muscles and cardiovascular system will start adapting to the stress and it'll start getting easier.
Also, the rides home in the afternoon/evening will be a lot harder than the morning rides, especially when you first start.