After confirmation with government agencies, the company will not provide disputed technology including “virtual border wall” to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). < / P > < p > according to an earlier report by the intercept, as part of the test contract, Google may use AI and other technologies in CBP’s “virtual border wall” project, and a start-up called andiri is also involved. < / P > < p > at a staff meeting on Friday, Thomas Kurian answered questions related to the report, during which he strongly denied “assisting in the construction of the virtual border wall between the United States and Mexico.”. “As we have said in the past, we have not conducted any relevant cooperation in the southern border enforcement project,” the minutes of the meeting said. Google confirmed the authenticity of the record, but declined to comment further. < / P > < p > “although the statement of work contains a series of procedures that the agency may be testing, we have had a direct conversation with CBP to confirm that they will not test our products for such purposes.”. < / P > < p > [background] in recent years, Google employees have expressed clear opposition to existing and potential contracts between the company and the U.S. government, especially technologies that may be used in controversial projects. < p > < p > for example, last year, through a joint letter, Google employees implored the company’s executives that they would not cooperate with CBP and other organizations to support border refugees. The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region

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