As the Indian government takes a tough stand on AI-generated fake content, especially Deepfakes, Google on Wednesday said the company’s collaboration with the Indian government for a multi-stakeholder discussion aligns with its commitment to addressing this challenge together and ensuring a responsible approach to AI.
American tech giant Google on Thursday said it is committed to share its expertise and knowledge with the Indian Government and industry stakeholders towards developing responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI). The company’s statement came after Union IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw met representatives from large social media platforms and other stakeholders, saying the government will draft new rules to spot and limit the spread of deepfakes.
Google spent around $26.3 billion in 2021 to remain the default search engine in multiple browsers, phones and platforms, testimony in the US vs. Google antitrust trial has revealed.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday virtually interacted with Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, where they discussed Google’s plan to participate in expanding the electronics manufacturing ecosystem in the country.
As Google celebrates its 25th birthday this month, its Indian American CEO Sundar Pichai has reminisced about how technology has changed the way we communicate, create and innovate. Celebrating Google’s rich history of events (the company will officially celebrate its 25th birthday later this month), Pichai said it’s time for some gratitude, and a moment to reflect.
Tech companies have laid off 226,000 employees so far this year, almost 40 per cent more than in 2022, a report showed on Tuesday. Although the tech industry has seen a shocking number of job cuts last year, 2023 has been much worse.
An Indian-origin tech executive from Singapore has filed a lawsuit with the California’s Civil Rights Department accusing Meta of racial discrimination that cost her promotions and work opportunities.
The S&P 500 rallied to end the day in a bull market, marking a 20 per cent surge since its most recent low, reached on October 12, 2022. That brings to end the bear market that began in January 2022. Buoyed by gains in big technology stocks, the broad-based index closed at 4,293.93 and crossed the threshold that separates a bear market from a bull market — that’s investor-speak for a period of time marked by rising stock prices and optimism on Wall Street, CNN reported.