Should the cars be hardwired to save the most lives in case of accident, even if that means driving itself off a cliff to avoid a group of school kids?
Green is the head of research and development at tech incubator Jigsaw, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet. To Green, access to information is a fundamental human right, and she's on a mission to ensure it.
Is this the beginning of the road head renaissance?
The god-awful technology that makes up the United States' immigration system is finally being updated, after several failed attempts.
Google introduced a "Mic Drop" button in Gmail that let users block all replies to an email. It did not go well.
This morning, polls show Sanders is creeping ahead of Clinton in Illinois, Russia withdraws from Syria, Mother Teresa will be made a saint, and more.
The robocar did what humans typically do when they see something unexpected in their path—it swerved out of the way, smashing into the crowded public bus.
The guy whose platform is responsible for Rickrolling will soon be hitting the Google campus.
This morning, Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president, a US air strike in Somali has killed 150 al Shabab fighters, Nike has withdrawn its sponsorship of Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test, and more.
This morning, the Koch brothers are not funding efforts to block Trump, North Korea defies UN sanctions by shooting missiles into the sea, a team of refugees will compete at the Rio Olympics, and more.
This morning, a group of black students have been removed from a Donald Trump rally, riot police have been called into Calai's 'Jungle" migrant camp as evictions continue, Louisiana considers legalizing weed, and more.
This morning, Trump's team says he raised over $6 million for charity rather than participating in the GOP debate, the FBI release a video of the Oregon stand-off shooting, Steven Avery supporters protest in Wisconsin, and more.
There's a wireless printer in the smoothie room and an in-house sushi chef.
"Driving too slowly? Bet humans don't get pulled over for that too often," the company said in response.
Everything you need to know about metadata retention and how you're affected.
New research says 30 percent of 911 dials are accidental.
The new technology, which scans crowds to decide what kind of product to advertise, is evidence that we're living in a dystopian satire written by a heavy-handed idiot.
Before their arrest, a pair of predators used Model Mayhem to find young women to sexually assault. Now one of those women is attempting to sue the website, and fighting Google and Facebook in the process.
More than 300 pages of unclassified documents released to VICE News reveal what occurred after a Senate staffer accidentally stumbled upon damning internal CIA documents related to the agency's torture program.
Search engine algorithms and laws have made it harder for people to find suicide-related content online, but it's still pretty easy to find explicit instructions on committing suicide from a quick Google search.
A primer for the artificial visualization phenomena for those who missed the internet hype.
The folks at Google say they've "made a few choices that, in hindsight, we've needed to rethink."
Volvo will be the first company to test autonomous cars in the Southern Hemisphere. The SA Government just hopes it'll stimulate their ailing economy.
Following failed attempts to reduce shark attacks through culling, Western Australian scientists are developing futuristic methods to keep swimmers safe.