Google’s artificial intelligence algorithm made a meaningful definition for Bitcoin.
When the word bitcoin ”was searched, it turned out that Google’s AI (artificial intelligence) algorithm defined the ın collapsed economomic balloon atıl. The following card appears on the card that appears when a call is made:
Bitcoin is a crypto money, a form of electronic money. Bitcoin market is seen as a declining economic bubble, as its price has declined by up to 82% as of December 2018.
Bitcoin’s Wikipedia page is provided as the source for the information on the card. But in the criticism section of the page there is only a reference to u the possibility that Bitcoin is an economic balloon Ancak. Although the page has probably been edited since then, Google’s artificial intelligence algorithm is being questioned.
The search Finance Magnates site made yesterday. A few hours after the call, the card was changed, and for BTC it came as follows :, From a peer to peer without the need for intermediaries (P2P) A decentralized digital currency that can be sent from the user on the Bitcoin network to the user without a central bank or a single administrator.
As Finance Magnates points out, Google’s machine learning algorithm greatly influences people’s lives. For this reason, Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently testified in the US House of Representatives. Pichai was asked whether there were any political prejudices in Google’s search results.
In response, Pichai answered that Google’s algorithm addresses the keywords as connected, freshness / innovation, popularity, and how people use it P.
This answer suggests that some people regard Bitcoin as a collapsed economic balloon . Nevertheless, it is obvious that this definition is in general terms.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai announced that his son has entered the crypto-money industry. The 11-year-old CEO boy was working on Ethereum mining.
Speaking at the New York Times DealBook, attended by Larry Fink from BlackRock, Pichai was asked about technology addiction and the management of the time spent on the screen for children. Considered to have a net asset of $ 650 million, Pichai gave an example of his own life and said he was sahip like all other parents 650. He then unexpectedly announced that his son was interested in crypto coins and the growing crypto sector.
When Pichai went to dinner with his family one day, he started to talk about Bitcoin at some point in the conversation. He divorced his son, Pichai, and told his father that he was not talking about Bitcoin but about Ethereum.
He then added that he had etched a single computer (not an ASIC or a computer server) at home. The ironic aspect of the incident is that at the bottom of the olmadan Google hab CEO’s nose, the crypto money has not been excavated.
Another interesting point; Pichai is not the only Google member whose kid has entered the crypto-money sector. One of the founders of Google, Sergey Brin, announced in the summer that his 10-year-old son was digging an ETH (a Brin Ethereum fan). However, unlike the Pichai family, cryptocurrency in the Brin family was tackled as a study. Brin said the following words:
A year or two ago, my son insisted we take a gaming computer. And I said to him,Okay, if we get the gaming computer, we have to dig crypto money. So we started ETH mining.
Technology giant Google has decided to remove the ban on Bitcoin.
The US -based technology giant, Google, has made a decision about the crypto-money world that has been closely related and has lifted the nearly one-year Bitcoin ban.
According to a statement, Google removed the hurdle against Bitcoin-related ads with a sudden decision.
This obstacle imposed on Bitcoin by Google was aimed at preventing high-profile fraud attempts after Bitcoin’s sudden rise.
A security expert says that #Google quietly changes its requirements, so a user will automatically sign in to their accounts if they sign in to a Google service, such as #Gmail.
Over the years, Google has given the #Chrome browser the option to surf the Internet without logging in to users. However, a security expert says that Google quietly changes its requirements, so that if a user logs in to a Google service such as Gmail, Chrome will automatically sign in to their account.
Google has included the new entry requirements in the latest Chrome update without informing users. Matthew Green, a #cryptographic teacher at Johns Hopkins University, says that in his #blog that he shared on Sunday, Chrome users could log in and unintentionally send their browser data to Google. In addition, Chrome administrators say that logging in to Google doesn’t keep the information confidential, so they need to allow #synchronization.
According to #Webrazzi, Green said it stopped using Chrome because of the change.
Green states that Google has allowed users to accidentally allow synchronization, and that Chrome users must enter their credentials to sign in and sign up later before logon change.
On the other hand, a tweet by Chrome engineer and manager Adrienne Porter Felt has confirmed that Google has changed its entry procedures. #Tweet also emphasizes that users need to approve a synchronization before data is transferred to Google, even if they’re logged in to Chrome.
Is Google correct, or is Green’s thesis fully reflecting the truth? But if Matthew Green is right, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Chrome will soon be facing difficulties in data privacy.