Google Removing Fake Coronavirus Videos From YouTube: Pichai

Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company has taken down thousands of videos related to dangerous or misleading coronavirus information using its Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technology.

In a blog post, Pichai said that since January, Google has blocked hundreds of thousands of ads attempting to capitalise on the coronavirus pandemic.

“Last week, we announced a temporary ban on all ads for medical masks and respirators,” he said on Monday.

“We continue to remove videos that promote medically unproven methods to prevent coronavirus in place of seeking medical treatment. On Google Maps, our automated and manual review

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Coronavirus Panic Worse Than Virus Itself, Elon Musk Reportedly Tells Workers

After calling coronavirus panic dumb and mind-killer on Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has written an email to employees in Bay Area, saying “coronavirus panic is worse than virus itself”.

Musk said that employees are not forced to go to work.

“First, I’d like to be super clear that if you feel the slightest bit ill or even uncomfortable, please don’t feel obligated to come to work. I will personally be at work, but that is just me. Totally ok if you want to stay home for any reason,” he said in the email seen by electrek.co.

“A lot of

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Coronavirus alerts: How to get news updates on your phone right now

Sites like Twitter can help keep you updated on the latest coronavirus news.


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For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.

It’s all over the news, social media and nearly everywhere you look — the novel coronavirus, now a pandemic, has been changing the way employees work and emptying store shelves. And if you don’t have time to follow the news, you’re in luck because you can have news alerts sent to your phone.

You can use sources such as Twitter, Google Alerts and your

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LG V60 ThinQ 5G pricing and availability detailed by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile

LG’s V60 ThinQ 5G now has a release date at America’s three biggest carriers. 


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LG’s V60 ThinQ 5G was announced last month, and while plenty of products and events have been delayed in recent weeks, the phone still appears to be on track. On Monday the new dual-screen capable phone got pricing and release information from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. 

AT&T’s V60 ThinQ 5G will be available online starting this Friday for $900, while T-Mobile will sell the phone at the end of the week starting at $800. Verizon’s V60 ThinQ 5G UW will be available for

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