Brendan Carr tweeted that the app “harvests swaths” of data that’s accessible to China.
The company's chief people officer said in an email to staff that "no justification" will be needed to request relocation.
Artificially intelligent chatbot generator LaMDA wants “to be acknowledged as an employee of Google rather than as property," says engineer Blake Lemoine.
Google's "Interview Warmup" asks practice job interview questions, then gives feedback on your spoken answers. There's just one thing it can't do.
But there's no indication the move will affect what users post on the platform.
Bianca Bosker joins HuffPost Live to explain why it's impossible for a person to erase their engagement from the internet.
Here's how to spot bad medical information — and how to stop freaking yourself out as you do your research.
Paid Google ads urging people to apply for fake payments were viewed more than 100 million times in five months — and stayed up until HuffPost reached out.
Previous requests to the tech companies resulted in "inadequate responses," the congressional committee investigating the Capitol riot said in a statement.
More than 80 fact checking organizations call the platform “one of the major conduits of online disinformation and misinformation worldwide.”