FILE PHOTO: The logo of Google is seen in Davos, Switzerland, January 20, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – the Alphabet of Google, said on Saturday that he was working with the U.S. government to support the development of a national web site that would help Americans with questions about the corona virus, symptoms, risk factors, and testing.
“We are in the line and will continue to work with the U.S. government to contain the spread of the COVID-19 and inform the public, and the protection of the health of our communities,” Google said in a statement on Twitter.
The President, Donald Trump had, thanks to Google, on the Friday prior to the development of a web site, which he said would help people to determine whether or not they had to be a corona virus test, saying that the 1,700 engineers were working on it.
That is a reason for the search and advertising giant has to respond to is, in fact, a life sciences division, for Surely, it was in the early stages of the development of a tool to assist sorting out the Americans, that it is possible to test for the corona virus, and that it was going to be tested in the Bay Area, and was expanded in the course of time.
The alphabet’s shares closed up more than 9% after Friday’s announcement by the president.
As the pressure is increased on the US officials to to improve the tests for the fast-spreading virus, which has reached almost every state in america, closed down schools and forced the cancellation of thousands of sporting events, such as conferences and concerts in the heart of the effort to stop the spread of it is to keep the united states out of the major hustle and bustle.
Google, for Verily, it is a subsidiary company of the English Alphabet, which is based in Mountain View, California, usa.
The co-operation with the Trump of administration as the Alphabet, the faces antitrust investigations by federal and state agencies with the search and digital advertising, among others.
In addition, He has accused Google of skewing the results to portray him as a negative. The company has also drawn up by the board of directors of the public for the non-renewal of a contract for the provision of the artificial intelligence technology of a military drone program.
Reporting by Diane Bartz; Editing by Daniel Wallis