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Google to ‘inoculate’ Eastern Europeans against disinformation

A new campaign by Google’s behavioral tech incubator Jigsaw aims to “pre-bunk” harmful claims about Ukrainian refugees, targeting audiences in Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic with video clips designed to educate them about the types of psychological manipulation the spreaders of disinformation might deploy against them. Taking its cue …

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Google suspends engineer over sentient AI claim

Blake Lamoine, an engineer and Google’s in-house ethicist, told the Washington Post on Saturday that the tech giant has created a “sentient” artificial intelligence. He’s been placed on leave for going public, and the company insists its robots haven’t developed consciousness. Introduced in 2021, Google’s LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue …

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Google wants to slow YouTube in Russia – media

US tech giant Google has notified several Russian internet service providers of plans to terminate their contracts for servicing Google Global Cache servers, RBC reported on Thursday, citing sources in the telecommunications market. The servers in question are used to speed up the loading of Google pages, including YouTube content, …

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Google создает команду, ориентированную на web3

По сообщениям CNBC, Google собирает команду web3, которая будет создавать сервисы для разработчиков, работающих с блокчейн-приложениями. В электронном письме, отправленном сотрудникам в пятницу, вице-президент Google Cloud, Амит Завери сказал, что, хотя Web3 все еще находится на ранней стадии, рынок «уже демонстрирует огромный потенциал и многие клиенты просят нас увеличить поддержку …

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Aptos заключает партнерское соглашение с Google

Google Cloud станет одним из первых облачных партнеров Aptos, поскольку Google впервые решил поддерживать уровень 1. В рамках этой сделки Aptos надеется предоставить строителям масштабируемую, безопасную и устойчивую инфраструктуру, говорится в четверг в пресс-релизе, опубликованном The Block. У Layer 1 большая техническая родословная, основанная бывшими сотрудниками Meta (компания признана экстремистской …

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Google accused of ‘creepy’ speech policing

Google’s new ‘inclusive language’ assistant uses artificial intelligence to detect “discriminatory” words, and suggest that users swap them for more politically correct terminology. Free speech and privacy advocates say the feature undermines “freedom of thought.”  Google announced the tool at the beginning of April, as part of a host of “assistive …

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Russia bans Google ads

The Russian state media regulator has banned advertising of Google information resources in the country for non-compliance with laws. “The complete ban on distribution of advertising on Google and its resources is due to the spreading of misinformation by a foreign entity in violation of the Russian legislation,” the press office …

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Russia blocks Google News

Russian media regulator Roskomnadzor has blocked access to the Google News internet service, saying that it provided access to materials containing “unreliable” information about Moscow’s military actions in Ukraine. Google News is the latest in a growing list of news media services which have been blocked in Russia since February …

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Harris sends Americans struggling to get Covid test to Google

US Vice President Kamala Harris shrugged off a question about Americans having trouble securing a coronavirus test, suggesting a simple Google search was an optimal solution to the problem. Appearing on NBC’s ‘Today’ show on Thursday, Harris was asked by host Craig Melvin why the Joe Biden administration hadn’t obtained …

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Google & Facebook fined for spying on users

France’s online privacy regulator has ordered Google and Facebook to cough up some €210 million ($237 million) between them, fining the firms for their questionable use of data-tracking ‘cookies’ on their sites. The French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) announced the move in a statement on Thursday, saying …

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