On Thursday local time, technology giant Google announced a change in its search engine capabilities, in which people update what Americans are prepared to do when they search for information about elections or candidates. One of the changes is the company’s auto completion feature, which tries to predict what people want to search for while they are still typing queries. < / P > < p > in addition, the company also bans automatic completion of recommendations about the election process or requirements, whether or not they are genuine. This means that search suggestions for phone voting do not appear in the auto complete search box. Google also warned that under the new strategy, some benign auto completion results may not appear. The company also stressed that even if something doesn’t appear in the auto completion, people can still search for those keywords manually, as is usually the case. “We’re going to delete predictions that may be interpreted as supporting or opposing a candidate, as well as predictions about election participation,” David Graff, Google’s senior director of trust and security policy, told reporters on Thursday < / P > < p > Google also said it was working to ensure that false information did not enter the information panels of its search engines. Information panels sometimes appear when users are searching for public figures or places. These panels consist of several sources, including Wikipedia. But because anyone can edit Wikipedia entries, misinformation, jokes and pranks could be put on Google’s discussion groups and spread to billions of people. Google said it was working with Wikipedia to develop technical systems to avoid these errors. < / P > < p > the company also said it had set up an “intelligence desk” to monitor information on Google’s platform during emergencies such as elections or natural disasters. < / P > < p > and the announcement comes as Silicon Valley companies are trying to prove that they can avoid the mistakes they made during the 2016 election. At that time, Russia used platforms such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to disrupt the election. < / P > < p > these changes also highlight Google’s desire to be seen as politically neutral in the election campaign. Google, as well as Facebook and twitter in Silicon Valley, have been accused by Republicans of anti conservative bias, which President Donald Trump has trumpeted without proof. Two years ago, the president claimed that Google’s search results had been “manipulated” to promote negative personal news. But Google has repeatedly said its programs are fair. Global Tech