JOHANNESBURG - Google has announced two major new developments, which will provide a major boost to African entrepreneurs and app developers. In line with the commitment Google CEO Sundar Pichai made to support African entrepreneursShow More Summary
“The people closest to the problem are usually the people closest to the solution. We want to help them reach it sooner.” That’s what our CEO Sundar Pichai said to announce our new Grow with Google initiative last month, and that’s one...Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai lit a fire under the internet Sunday when he asked the Twitter-verse to provide its thoughts on the "correct way" to build a cheeseburger, and accordingly a cheeseburger emoji. SEE ALSO: These 'Stranger Things'...Show More Summary
Worryingly, Sundar Pichai seems confused about the right way to assemble a burger.
Google had a busy third quarter, and CEO Sundar Pichai had plenty to say in regards to the company's hardware, YouTube, and cloud efforts.
During today’s Q3 2017 Alphabet earnings call, Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked about the company’s recent hardware announcements, mentioning that the new Pixel 2 phones have been well-received out of the gate. According to Pichai, pre-orders...Show More Summary
GUEST: In May, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, discussed AI applications for digital pathology in his keynote speech to an audience of millions at Google’s annual I/O event. Five weeks earlier, the FDA announced it had approved the first whole slide imaging system for primary diagnostic use in pathology. Both events point to the future of […]
At an event in Pittsburgh on Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced it was pledging $1 billion to its new “Grow with Google“ initiative that will help re-train people who are about to lose their jobs due to AI-fueled automation. It’s...Show More Summary
CEO Sundar Pichai says Google has earmarked $1 billion as rapid advances in tech radically reshape industries and eliminate jobs.
Google sold the idea of paradigm shifts hard on-stage at today’s big event in San Francisco — that, after all, is kind of the company’s M.O. This time out, CEO Sundar Pichai hit the stage to discuss a coming transition in hardware, away from the specs race, to something less immediately apparently, but no less important: machine learning and AI. Show More Summary
CEO Sundar Pichai says Google has victims from the mass shooting in Las Vegas in its prayers.
GUEST: At the beginning of the year, Google CEO Sundar Pichai discussed the company’s key areas of focus. He said that, aside from allocating some funds for investments in AR, VR, and cloud technologies, Google will be an “AI first” company. This statement could very well explain one of Google’s latest takeovers. Google has acquired Belarusian […]
On October 4 at 12 p.m. EDT/9 a.m. PDT, Google will be holding a product launch event in San Francisco. If it’s anything like the one the company had on that date in 2016, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and other executives could preside over...Show More Summary
Tech executives ranging from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Google CEO Sundar Pichai have slammed the White House's decision to end DACA, an immigration policy founded by the Obama administration in 2012. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy allows certain illegal immigrants who have entered the U.S. Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Thursday denounced the recent violence by extremists in both Charlottesville and Barcelona, calling the incidents in both cities "terrorism [that] is designed to divide us." "Terrorism is terrorism and it...Show More Summary
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Google needs a new CEO, but dumping Sundar Pichai is not enough. “When a gigantic corporation that controls our data and knows us intimately takes a controversial political stance, it ought to make us worry.”
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Google CEO Sundar Pichai has canceled an internal town hall meant to address gender discrimination after employee questions for management began to leak online.
THE ATLANTIC: A Question for Google’s CEO. When CEO Sundar Pichai addressed a controversial memo about diversity that circulated inside Google, culminating in the termination of its author, James Damore, he began by telling the company’s 72,053 employees that “we strongly support the right of Googlers to express themselves, and much of what was in […]
On Friday, in an op-ed which made the paper's print edition, David Brooks, the alleged conservative commentator at the New York Times, surprised more than a few people by calling for Google CEO Sundar Pichai to resign over his awfulShow More Summary
CEO Sundar Pichai calls off a public debate about a now-dismissed engineer's views that biological factors may explain why there are fewer women in tech. What's next?