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Breast cancer and tech…a reason for optimism

October 21, 2019

I was diagnosed with breast cancer twice, in 2001 and again in 2004. Thanks to early detection and access to extraordinary care—including multiple rounds of chemo, radiation and more surgery than any one person should ever have in a lifetime—I’m

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How to Set Your Google Data to Self-Destruct

October 2, 2019

Google has now given us an option to set search and location data to automatically disappear after a certain time. We should all use it. Last year you may have been addicted to Beyoncé. But nowadays you’re more into Lizzo.

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Build security into your next website

October 1, 2019

If you wanted to send a secret message by mail, would you rather send it in an envelope, or on a postcard? If you send it on a postcard, anyone who saw the postcard on its way to the recipient

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Google wins landmark case limiting ‘right to be forgotten’ to Europe

September 24, 2019

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – Google (GOOGL.O) does not have to apply Europe’s “right to be forgotten” law globally, the continent’s top court ruled on Tuesday in a landmark case that pitted privacy rights against freedom of speech. The victory for the

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Tackling cardiovascular disease with AI

August 19, 2019

Westmead team with Google’s Mel Silva and Australian Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Hon Karen Andrews MP Heart disease and cardiovascular health are a major challenge around the world, and in Australia, one in six people is affected by

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Protecting private browsing in Chrome

July 19, 2019

Protecting private browsing Chrome’s Incognito Mode is based on the principle that you should have the choice to browse the web privately. At the end of July, Chrome will remedy a loophole that has allowed sites to detect people who

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Code with Google helps more students learn to code

July 8, 2019

Melissa Schonig is a fifth-grade English and Language Arts (ELA) teacher at Lynhaven Elementary School where 40-50 percent of students are Latino, and many don’t have access to computers at home. She didn’t know much about computer science, but wanted

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Meet David Feinberg, head of Google Health

June 18, 2019

Dr. David Feinberg has spent his entire career caring for people’s health and wellbeing. And after years in the healthcare system, he now leads Google Health, which brings together groups from across Google and Alphabet that are using AI, product

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Collaborating to protect nearly anonymous animals

May 18, 2019

When you have a lot of people working in a Google Doc it can look like a zoo, with anonymous animals popping into your document to write (or howl, bark or moo) their feedback. Today, 13 new animals—like the african

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A global hub for privacy engineering, in the heart of Europe

May 14, 2019

Last week at I/O, our annual developer conference in California, I shared how we’re working to build a more helpful Google for everyone. Keeping people safe online, and their information private and secure, is a big part of how we

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Dancing with a machine: Bill T. Jones on AI and art

May 10, 2019

In early 2019, the Google Creative Lab partnered with Bill T. Jones, a pioneering choreographer, two-time Tony Award Winner, MacArthur Fellow, National Medal of the Arts Honoree, and artistic director and co-founder of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company of

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Raising the bar on transparency, choice and control in digital advertising

May 8, 2019

Advertising has made possible open access to quality information and communication on the web—it’s changed the way people learn, play and earn, and it’s made the internet open for everyone. But the ad-supported internet is at risk if digital advertising

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