The incident in San Francisco is the latest in a years-long trend of people lashing out at driverless vehicles as controversies pile up.
A ring of websites using AI and run by an aspiring movie star are behind fake celebrity images featured in Google results, Motherboard found.
Searching for information on the International Court of Justice hearings yielded an Israel-sponsored ad calling the ongoing genocide hearing against it “meaningless.”
A U.S. senator warned that governments are spying on push notification data in a letter, which Apple confirmed.
The agreement is the result of months of negotiations related to the Online News Act, which aims to make “dominant platforms compensate news businesses" for their work.
A months-old Chinese startup released an open-source large language model this weekend that already bests Meta’s Llama 2, according to one analysis.
In an email obtained by Motherboard, Google tells YouTube Music workers it will "not be participating in collective bargaining."
Chromebooks have an expiration date, contributing to e-waste. Now, Google has extended their shelf life from 8 years to 10.
The move follows questions from VICE News over a campaign for tech giants to remove the app from their stores, on the basis that it’s a harmful pyramid scheme targeting teen boys.
A report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate said Google had profited from adverts placed for so-called “crisis pregnancy centres” alongside searches for terms like “abortion clinic near me.”
The company’s strategy of killing inactive accounts after two years shows the real risk of having one account for everything if the goal is to keep your content online forever.
This is the Alphabet Workers Union-CWA’s second election victory, though the union is not yet recognized by the National Labor Relations Board.