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Google’s New Public Data Use Policy

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California: According to a new privacy policy released by technology giant Google, the company can now use public data to help build and train artificial intelligence products.

The new policy introduced by the company states that Google uses the services users use to improve and create new products, features and technology. For example, the company uses publicly available information to train its artificial intelligence models and build products and features such as Google Translate, Bard, and Cloud AI.

According to the previous policy in force, Google could only use publicly available information to help train Google’s ‘language models’, and only Google Translate was mentioned in this context.

This update to the policy will not affect the user experience or Google products directly. The language changes are indicative of the company’s growing focus on its artificial intelligence sector, and the public’s tendency to ‘search’ may be a further reason for its continued evolution.

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