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Google Promises Not To Use A.I. For Military Purposes After Employees Quit To Protest Project Maven

13 days ago   |   By Inquisitr

Google has seemingly buckled under the pressure of employee protests and has issued a statement saying that Google would not use their A.I. technology for military purposes, detailed the New York Times. However, Google did not denounce all relations with the military, saying that it would continue its A.I. work with governments and military in cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, and more.
Previously, Google employees quit their jobs in protest of Project Maven, a highly controversial partnership between Google and the U.S. military. The purpose of the project was to enable...
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