CNBC – A day after the Wall Street Journal published a story on how Google’s artificial intelligence algorithm was using its Google News service to rank news articles for users, the company has been caught red-handed.
The Wall Street Bulletin on Thursday reported that Google News was using data gathered by the company’s “DeepMind” artificial intelligence software to rank the articles of interest for its users.
DeepMind is the company behind Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence program, which has been credited with the development of artificial intelligence, including Google’s deep learning.
In the article, the Bulletin wrote that DeepMind’s algorithm “used data from Google News, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and others to rank articles that were popular with its audience.”
The DeepMind algorithm used data from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube to rank content on the DeepMind website, the bulletin said.
In a statement to CNBC, Google said that “we do not use any automated or self-generated content.”
“The Deep Mind software uses Google News data to identify news articles that are popular with the Deepmind community, and we don’t use any artificial or automated content,” the company said.
The Deepmind software is used by Google’s self-driving cars and Google Earth for weather forecasting.
DeepMind’s algorithms are used to determine the likelihood that users will find a news story, the Deep Mind said in a statement.
The software is capable of recognizing stories with a number of criteria, including topics, topics categories, and topics popularity.
The Deep Mind added that its software can help Google remove misinformation and other inaccurate information from its search results.
“DeepMind is built on top of natural language processing and is designed to work with real-world information, like news articles, and with deep learning,” DeepMind said.
“We do not rely on any artificial language processing or artificial or human-based technology.
Deepmind works by building a virtual network of computers and artificial agents, and these networks work together to create highly accurate information.”
Google’s news service has been used by more than 500 million people around the world, according to data from the US government.
Google News is used to make recommendations to users on topics that are trending, the Journal reported.
Deep Mind is an artificial intelligence research company that was founded by Google cofounder Sergey Brin and has been working on artificial intelligence for decades.
The software was built by a small group of people who were trained in a series of courses at Google.
Deepmind was purchased by Facebook in 2017, but it still exists under a separate, separate name.