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Google Cloud hits $1 billion in quarterly revenue, but still lags behind AWS

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced today that the tech giant’s cloud division reached a significant milestone during the last quarter of 2017: it is now making $1 billion per quarter selling computing services to other businesses. Pichai believes that Google Cloud is the fastest growing major provider on the market. The division is certainly making […]

Alphabet records $110 billion in revenue for 2017, Google’s annual hardware sales doubled

CEO Sundar Pichai did not offer specific hardware sales for any of its products, as parent company Alphabet anounced its latest financial numbers.

Google Cloud is now a $1 billion per quarter business — but it's still way behind Amazon (GOOGL, GOOG, AMZN, MSFT)

Google Cloud is now a $1 billion per quarter business, CEO Sundar Pichai told investors Thursday. That means cloud is 3% of the company's overall revenues, which mostly come from advertising sales. Amazon Web Services, the leading cloud...Show More Summary

Google's AI push comes with plenty of people problems

MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently declared that artificial intelligence fueled by powerful computers was more important to humanity than fire or electricity. Yet the search giant increasingly has to deal with messy people problems. Show More Summary

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, Google CEO Sundar Pichai Talk Jobs In Recode, MSNBC Interview

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Earlier in January, tech publication Recode announced its plan to team up with news channel MSNBC to launch an interview series in which they would ask notable tech figures how their industry with revolutionize the future of the global workforce. Show More Summary

Google is launching an AI research center in France and expanding its office

Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a blog post about Google’s investments in France. There are three different pieces of news in this announcement. First, Google is going to expand its office in Paris. If you already know Google’s current office in Paris, that building is going to stick around. Show More Summary

Google's CEO Says AI is 'More Profound Than Electricity Or Fire'

With its DeepMind technology Google are hitting the AI scene pretty hard, and in a recent interview it's CEO, Sundar Pichai, had some pretty interesting things to say about how seriously they are taking it. More »      

After one year of Trump, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sounds a lot different about immigration — and that might be a good thing (GOOGL, GOOG)

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company wants to be a constructive voice in the immigration debate. The immigration issue hits very close to home for Silicon Valley tech companies, and Pichais' comments signal that the industry isShow More Summary

Google CEO: 'No regrets' firing diversity memo writer James Damore

During the Recode and MSNBC Revolution town hall, Google CEO Sundar Pichai discusses firing James Damore, the aiuthor of a controversial diversity memo and maintains the company’s action was not done for political reasons.

Google CEO Reaffirms Firing James Damore Was The Way To Go, 'I Don't Regret It'

Google CEO Sundar Pichai isn't rattled by former engineer James Damore's lawsuit against the tech giant for alleged discrimination against white, conservative men, at least according to remarks he made this week to MSNBC and Recode. More »      

'We want to fix it': Google, YouTube CEOs on Election Meddling

last monthNews : The Lookout

Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki discuss what changes technology companies are making in the wake of foreign meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election via digital information platforms.

Google CEO: ‘No Issues’ with freeing female employees from NDAs

last monthNews : The Newsroom

Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says they “want to provide a more open environment” for employees to be able to tell their stories.

Googe CEO: A.I. more important to humanity than fire, electricity

Google CEO Sundar Pichai discusses the importance of developing artificial intelligence and why it’s good that humanity is concerned about its development.

Google says it feels responsible for protecting “facts and objective truth”

The company says it’ll use a mix of people power and artificial intelligence to purge its platforms of toxic content. Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki say their companies feel a sense of responsibility for the misinformation and hate that flourished online during the 2016 election and are making changes. Read Full Story

Google CEO Sundar Pichai doesn't regret firing James Damore - CNET

After accidentally turning Damore into a conservative hero, Google execs say the former employee violated company rules. Period.

Google CEO: “I don’t regret” firing James Damore

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says he still believes that it was appropriate to fire James Damore. “I don’t regret it,” said Pichai, in an interview with Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Ari Melber. “It was the right decision,” YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, echoed on stage. It’s been almost six months since the company dismissed the engineer, who… Read More

Google CEO: We didn't fire the diversity memo writer for political reasons

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company did not fire James Damore, the author of the controversial memo on diversity, for political reasons. Damore sued Google for discrimination last week. The lawsuit claims Google discriminates against...Show More Summary

Google CEO: AI is a bigger deal than fire or electricity

During the taping of an MSNBC town hall on jobs with Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki in San Francisco—it’ll air next Friday—hosts Kara Swisher and Ari Melber introduced a segment on artificial intelligence with...Show More Summary

Google CEO: Tech education should be more than just coding - CNET

Sundar Pichai warns that the next generation of workers will require continuous training in basic digital skills.

Google CEO: Tech education should be more than just coding - CNET

Sundar Pichai warns that the next generation of workers will require continuous training in basic digital skills.

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