Google plans to shut down a pilot program later this month that let some political campaign emails bypass spam filters in Gmail. Last September, the tech giant launched the program in response to allegations from Republicans (a US political committee) that its algorithms inconsistently flagged conservative fundraising emails as spam, The Verge reported. .
“We will continue to invest in spam-filtering technologies that protect people from unwanted messages, while still allowing senders to access the inboxes of users who want to see those messages,” Google spokesman Jose Castaneda Said. With this program, candidates, political party committees and leadership political action committees are exempt from Google’s spam detection system, the report said.
Meanwhile, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and eight states have filed a lawsuit over Google’s alleged monopoly on digital advertising technology products. The complaint, filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, alleges that Google monopolizes key digital advertising technologies, collectively known as the “ad tech stack”, on which website publishers rely to sell advertising. do and rely on buying advertisers. Advertise and reach potential customers.
Website publishers use advertising technology tools to generate advertising revenue that supports the creation and maintenance of a vibrant open web, providing the public with unprecedented access to ideas, artistic expression, information, goods and services.
Amid pressure from OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Google is preparing to introduce at least 20 artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools and a search chatbot during its annual developer conference in May this year. Chatbot powered by AI, ChatGPT has taken the tech world by storm over the past several months as it can give people the information they need in an understandable way, reports Engadget.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has declared “Code Red” and promoted AI development, as the tech giant sees ChatGPT as a threat to its search business. According to a slide deck, the tech giant’s AI projects include an image generation tool, an improved version of the AI Test Kitchen, a TikTok-style green screen mode for YouTube, and a tool that summarizes other clips in a video. can make
The company is also likely to work on a feature called Shopping Try-On, a wallpaper maker for Pixel phones, and an AI-powered tool that can help developers build Android applications.
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