Google's 'Fairness' Push Is an Attack on Trump — Project Veritas

NEW YORK NY- MAY 03 You Tube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks onstage during the You Tube Brandcast 2018 presentation at Radio City Music Hall

NEW YORK NY- MAY 03 You Tube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks onstage during the You Tube Brandcast 2018 presentation at Radio City Music Hall

As part of the report, the video also contains snippets of an interview with an alleged Google whistleblower, who provided information on the alleged "algorithmic unfairness" and Machine Learning Fairness, which he claimed was "one of the many tools the company uses to advance a political agenda". "They need their immunity stripped..." In fact, Google references a significant role they see themselves fulfilling in the 2020 elections.

She said the people she met "lied about their true identities, filmed me without my consent, selectively edited and spliced the video to distort my words and the actions of my employer, and published it widely online". She also details Google's plans to train their Artificial Intelligence algorithms in order to prevent a 2016 from happening again.

The video features clips of Project Veritas undercover reporters' secretly recorded discussion with Jen Gennai - head of Google's "Responsible Innovation" team, which monitors the responsible implementation of A.I. technologies - in a restaurant in San Francisco.

"Elizabeth Warren is saying we should break up Google", Gennai said.

The insider, who also provided documents with titles such as "Fair is Not the Default" suggesting Google sought to further rationalize its systematic pursuit of biased perspectives, said Project Veritas was the only investigative operation now capable of handling the revelations against Google. But the right-wing media and its leading commentators are going to town about Google's allegedly liberal bias and its anti-Trump orientation, while drumming up fears that the 2020 elections could be manipulated. "The reason we launched our A.I. principles is because people were not putting that line in the sand, that they were not saying what's fair and what's equitable so we're like, well we are a big company, we're going to say it", she says, adding: "The people who voted for the current president do not agree with our definition of fairness".

Determining credible news and an editorial agenda. The video shows leaked documents calling for Google to establish "a single point of truth" for news. These guidelines control how content is distributed and displayed on their site.

However, a brand new Google leak appears to contradict Gennai's statements about Google not being ideological.

"I think these documents raise very serious questions about political bias at the company", Cruz concluded.

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"We have gotten accusations of around fairness is that we're unfair to conservatives because we're choosing what we find as credible news sources and those sources don't necessarily overlap with conservative sources".

"What YouTube did is they changed the results of the recommendation engine", the insider told Veritas.

Cruz also asked her to comment on reports that Google was structured so that someone searching for conservative commentators would be recommended liberal sources of news, and not other conservative commentators.

An additional document Project Veritas obtained, titled "Fair is Not the Default" says "People (like us) are programmed" after the results of machine learning fairness. "And so they have to re-bias their algorithms so that they can get their agenda across".

But despite what the video may have you believe, I'm not involved in any of these products, just like I'm not involved in any of the other topics Project Veritas baited me into discussing (whether it's antitrust, Congress, or the dozens of other topics that didn't appear in the video, on which I presumably didn't say anything that could be twisted to their advantage).

"Investigative journalist is a dead career option, but somehow, you've been able to make it work", the source said. Multiple courageous tech insiders have stepped forward and exposed Google's censorship of content and specialized algorithms. And, um, being a small little ant I can be crushed, and I am aware of that. They said they wanted to chat to me about a mentoring program for young women of color in tech, an area I've always been passionate about.

Project Veritas intends to continue investigating abuses in big tech companies and encourages more Silicon Valley insiders to share their stories through their Be Brave campaign.

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