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Google has no goal of withdrawal a inhabitant confidence business, notwithstanding perceptions in some buliding that a tech hulk is opposite operative with a Defense Department.
The hunt giant’s comparison clamp boss for tellurian affairs pronounced Tuesday that a organisation currently has contracts with a Pentagon to work on cybersecurity, business automation and deepfake detection, and would like to have more, reports DefenseOne.
“It’s been frustrating,” Kent Walker said at a National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Conference in anxiety to perceptions that a association is opposite operative on these issues.
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Walker reportedly pronounced that Google is “fully engaged” in several forms of work with opposite Defense Department agencies.
“As we take on those kinds of things, we are fervent to do more, [and are] posterior actively additional certifications” to yield cloud services for personal information and other services, he added.
After some of a California-based company’s employees quiescent in criticism over a appearance in the controversial Pentagon AI bid famous as Project Maven, Google finished a purpose in a program.
DefenseOne reports that Walker pronounced the withdrawal was indeed focused on “a dissimilar contract, not a broader matter about a eagerness or a story about operative with a Department of Defense.”
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai appears before a House Judiciary Committee in Dec 2018.
He explained that Google had motionless “to press a reset symbol until an event [came] to rise a possess set of AI principles, a possess work on inner standards and examination processes.”
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