Google employees push back on Pentagon project, Apple developing new iPhone tech
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Thousands of Google employees have signed a petition calling for the company to end its work with the Pentagon, that uses artificial intelligence and image recognition to potentially be used in drone strikes.
With 3100 signatures, the letter was sent to Google's CEO in opposition of Project Maven The New York Times, as reported.
Apple is reportedly developing two new features for the future of iPhones, touchless gesture controls and curved screens.
This comes from Bloomberg, says the new tech won't find its way to phones for at least two years, even if Apple decides to go through with the new features at all.
And finally, new information regarding the attack on YouTube's San Bruno headquarters is continuing to The attacker had angrily spoke about the company's monetization policies in her own YouTube channel, claiming that there's no equal growth opportunity on the platform.
The suspect's father said he told police of her anger with YouTube.
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