Bard can now connect to your Google apps and services
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Bard can now connect to your Google apps and services

One of the biggest benefits of Bard, an experiment to collaborate with generative AI, is that it can tailor its responses to exactly what you need. For instance, you could ask Bard to start a trip planning Doc for you and your friends, draft up your online marketplace listing, or help explain a science topic to your kids. And now, Bard is getting even better…

YouTube is redesigning the streaming experience for viewers and advertisers
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YouTube is redesigning the streaming experience for viewers and advertisers

Streaming officially has a new leader. In a Kantar survey of weekly video viewers, over half said the first app they opened on their TV screen was YouTube.1 And the latest Nielsen Gauge Report shows YouTube leading streaming watch time on connected TV (CTV) — for the ninth month in a row. Why? Simply put, viewers want choice and variety. Whether it’s music videos, NFL Sunday Ticket, free-to-watch…

Cloud Next 2023: Sharing the best of our AI with Google Cloud
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Cloud Next 2023: Sharing the best of our AI with Google Cloud

Editor’s note: Below is an edited transcript of Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai’s opening remarks as part of the keynote at Google Cloud Next, Google Cloud’s annual event for customers and partners. Check out our collection to read more updates from Cloud Next 2023. As I was walking over to the convention center this morning, I remembered the last time we were on this…

Google announces the new Transparency Center
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Google announces the new Transparency Center

Billions of people turn to Google every day for access to trustworthy information and content, and we take this responsibility seriously. Our terms of service, product policies, developer policies and community guidelines all exist to keep users safe as we strive to deliver on our mission to make information universally accessible. Today, we’re launching the Transparency Center — a central hub for you to learn more…

How two Googlers showcase their work and passions online
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How two Googlers showcase their work and passions online

In our #MyDomain series, Googlers Dan Valinotti and Noah Rubin share their successes developing their online identities and showcasing their passions. Whether you’re a business owner, a freelancer or someone who wants to share their work with the world, having your own website is important in establishing your online identity. In this edition of our #MyDomain series, we’re showcasing two Googlers who have used…

10 Google Maps features that help me navigate more confidently
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10 Google Maps features that help me navigate more confidently

Before Google Maps came along, I got lost while driving more than I’d like to admit. But after many years as a daily Google Maps user — from the early days of printing off maps from my desktop computer to today, with Google Maps as my trusty sidekick anywhere I walk or drive — I no longer worry about getting from A to B….

Google’s commitment to advancing bold and responsible AI, together
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Google’s commitment to advancing bold and responsible AI, together

We’re proud to join with other leading AI companies to jointly commit to advancing responsible practices in the development of artificial intelligence. Today is a milestone in bringing the industry together to ensure that AI helps everyone. These commitments will support efforts by the G7, the OECD, and national governments to maximize AI’s benefits and minimize its risks. We’ve long believed that being bold on AI…

Checks, Google’s AI-powered privacy platform
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Checks, Google’s AI-powered privacy platform

We’re committed to helping companies build privacy-first digital products. Ensuring that user privacy is protected is essential for building trust with consumers. In fact, a recent McKinsey poll found that… 40% of people have stopped doing business with companies that have violated digital trust. We’ve heard firsthand how time-consuming and costly it is for companies to keep up with evolving regulatory requirements, even with dedicated teams…