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Eric Schmidt shoots down Elon Musk’s doomsday vision of AI’s threat to humanity: ‘Elon is exactly wrong’
Speaking at VivaTech conference in France, Eric Schmidt said Elon Musk's nightmarish vision of AI 'is wrong' because he 'doesn't understand the benefits that this technology will provide to making every human being smarter.'
At its 2018 I/O developer conference, Google showed off some updates coming to Google Home and Assistant. One feature — Google Duplex — can make phone calls for you and talk to the person on the other end to schedule appointments and make reservations.
Google unveiled a new ‘experiment’ that will impersonate a human to make restaurant reservations for you over the phone
Google unveiled a new service called Google Duplex, which uses Assistant to make calls for you to salons or restaurants. The service can carry on a conversation with a human over the phone, answer complicated questions, and even send a confirmation once everything is booked.
Tasks is Google's new to-do list app that works with Gmail and Google Calendar.
Google founder: The beginning of ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ is a great way to describe the tech industry today
Alphabet president Sergey Brin started his company's annual Founders Letter with a quote taken from Charles Dickens' famous work "A Tale of Two Cities."
My Google Home Max was too big to fit into my carry-on during my 10-day trip to Italy.
Waymo, Google parent Alphabet's self-driving unit, has submitted an application to begin testing driverless cars in California without a backup driver present.
Google just made a bunch of updates to its smart assistant — here are all the new things your Google Home can do
Google Assistant, the smart Assistant that lives inside Google Home and the Pixel phone, got some updates at Google's annual developers conferences — mainly, the ability to handle follow-up questions and multiple requests at once.
Alphabet's Google was down along with other tech stocks on Thursday as the industry lurches from concerns over privacy and regulation.
Google parent Alphabet's stock price dropped close to 4% in trading Monday, part of a broader tech selloff led by Facebook.