• 'Despicable,' Comcast says. Google search lumps swastika with Comcast brand images

    13 days ago - By Philly

    Google searches linked the Comcast brand with swastikas. Comcast called it hate speech. Google says it fixed it. A two-year-old Reddit page appears to be the cause.
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  • Mystore-E uses AI to inform product recommendations in retail settings

    Mystore-E uses AI to inform product recommendations in retail settings

    13 days ago - By Venture Beat

    EXCLUSIVE: Someday, futurists say, in-store shopping experiences will be highly personalized. Salespeople will know your likes and dislikes seemingly off the top of their heads, and they'll know to highlight the items you're most likely to find attractive. Artificial intelligence can help drive that kind of bespoke experience, and...
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  • The guy who used to head up Google China says he knows the key to the company's success if it were to return - and it's not search

    The guy who used to head up Google China says he knows the key to the company's success if it were to return - and it's not search

    13 days ago - By Business Insider

    Kai-Fu Lee, a longtime technology exec and the former president of Google China, has helped US companies such as Microsoft and Google operate in China for years.
    As for a possible return to China by Google, he said the search business there is too mature and Google should just give up on it there.
    He said the situation with Waymo, however, is a different story...
    If we're talking exclusively about Google's financial interests, then management's decision to pull out of China in 2010 was clearly a mistake, and Kai-Fu Lee, the former president of Google's operations in China, begrudgingly...
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