Google on the defensive over recordings

The company is under fire for having its workers listen in on Google Assistant conversations after 1,000 voice clips were leaked to a Belgian news outlet.
0:51 | 07/12/19

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In today's tick bites Google is defending its practice of having workers with the men on Google assistant conversations at after 1002. Boys that's relief to a thousand news outlet Google says it uses the clips to improve voice recognition technology. Also I get aboard are set to announce a partnership to invest billions in building electric and self driving cars the companies will share intellectual property and hardware it's the next dab in the joint venture which. With a now's the year ago by the auto makers. And you won't be able to blame the opera ball and strike calls and one baseball league the Atlantic league is now using a doppler radar system behind the play. The league tried it out this weekend it's all star game. Observers said. It was just as good as a human robots for the pumps I now in humans make hair balls. Thank you very Matt Wright missed our robot they'll strike has it right.

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