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Google Lens comes to Google Images for searching – and shopping – inside photos – TechCrunch

Google Lens comes to Google Images for searching – and shopping – inside photos – TechCrunch Google this morning announced it’s bringing its A.I.-powered Lens technology to Google Image Search. The idea, explains the company, is to allow web searchers to learn more about what’s in a photo – including, …

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks publicly for the first time about its censored China search engine – TechCrunch

Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks publicly for the first time about its censored China search engine – TechCrunch Commenting publicly for the first time about Google’s censored search engine for China, CEO Sundar Pichai said onstage at the WIRED 25 summit in San Francisco that the company is taking “a …

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Dropbox overhauls internal search to improve speed and accuracy – TechCrunch

Dropbox overhauls internal search to improve speed and accuracy – TechCrunch Dropbox has been undertaking an overhaul of its internal search engine. Today, the company announced that the new version, dubbed Nautilus, is ready for the world. The new search tool takes advantage of a new architecture powered by machine …

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Google will struggle if it re-enters China, says its former country head – TechCrunch

Google will struggle if it re-enters China, says its former country head – TechCrunch The odds are stacked against Google if the reports are true and the company is trying to bring its services back to China, according to the former head of Google China. News reports last month uncovered …

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Google is reportedly planning a censorship-friendly search service for China – TechCrunch

Google is reportedly planning a censorship-friendly search service for China – TechCrunch Google’s search service could be poised to make a dramatic return to China next year, according to an explosive report from The Intercept. Google yanked its search service from China in 2010 in the face of pressure over …

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