Google Employees Resign in Protest Against Pentagon Contract


32 bookmarks. First posted by rybesh 11 days ago.


“Actions speak louder than words, and that’s a standard I hold myself to as well,” a resigning employee said. “I wasn’t happy just voicing my concerns internally. The strongest possible statement I could take against this was to leave.”
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10 days ago by seaugust
Photo: Mark Wilson (Getty) It’s been nearly three months since many Google employees—and the public—learned about the company’s decision to provide artificial…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
Photo: Mark Wilson (Getty) It’s been nearly three months since many Google employees—and the public—learned about the company’s decision to provide artificial…
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10 days ago by spinnerin
Gizmodo sources: about a dozen Google employees resign in protest over the firm's continued involvement in providing image classification AI to Pentagon's Project Maven
10 days ago by joeo10
Google Employees Resign in Protest Against Pentagon Contract via
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10 days ago by Be_Optimistic
RT : So much respect for these employees.
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10 days ago by dunstan
RT : Google Employees Resign in Protest Against Pentagon Drone AI Contract
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10 days ago by lemonodor
Google Employees Resign in Protest Against Pentagon Contract
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11 days ago by karsh
Google has emphasized that its AI is not being used to kill, but the use of artificial intelligence in the Pentagon’s drone program still raises complex ethical and moral issues for tech workers and for academics who study the field of machine learning.

In addition to the petition circulating inside Google, the Tech Workers Coalition launched a petition in April demanding that Google abandon its work on Maven and that other major tech companies, including IBM and Amazon, refuse to work with the...
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11 days ago by elrob
Another project maven scoop. Such a crazy story
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11 days ago by mathewi
RT : Glad some people at Google are doing the right thing by resigning.

I mean: weapons manufacturing. Seriously?
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11 days ago by rybesh