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Google has no intention of leaving the national security business, despite the perception in some quarters that the tech giant is working with the Department of Defense (dod).
The search engine giant’s senior vice president for global affairs, said on Tuesday that the company currently has contracts with the Pentagon to work in the field of cyber-security, automation of business processes, and deepfake to detection, and would like to have more, reports DefenseOne.
“It’s very frustrating,” Kent Walker, to the National Security, the Commission on Artificial Intelligence (Conference, referring to the perception that the company is at work on these issues.
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Walker is reported to have said that Google has “engaged” in the various types of work with various Department of Defense agencies.
“If we’re in that sort of thing, and we can’t wait to do more, and to be an active pursuit of certification” for cloud services, classified data, and other services, he added.
After a few of the California-based company, the employees, resigned from his position in protest over its participation in the controversial Pentagon-AI-effort-known as Project-Base, Google has ended its involvement in the program.
DefenseOne reported that Walker’s retreat was in fact directed at a discrete contract, and not a broader statement about our willingness, or our history of working with the Department of Defense (dod).”
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Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai will appear before the House Judiciary Committee in December of 2018.
He went on to explain that Google had decided to press the reset button until an opportunity came to develop our own set of AI principles, and our own internal standards and procedures for evaluation.”
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