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Google will eventually invest $100 billion in AI, according to DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis. The chief of DeepMind, which Google acquired in 2014, made his prediction on Monday during a TED conference in Vancouver, reported Bloomberg. Someone had asked Hassabis about the rumored $100 billion Stargate supercomputer that Google's …

  1. elsergiovolador Silver badge


    google> Hi AI, how much monies we should pump into you?

    AI> yes

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      Re: Question

      These days likely to be:

      google> Hi AI, how much monies we should pump into you?








      AI> yes

      Busy Google search results are slowing down so investing in a lot more computing search speed would be good for Google.

  2. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Thanks for all of the phishes. It was great while it lasted, kicking the empty can down the road

    Ker-ching ..... supposed vapourware is proving extremely expensive to try to tame and control, isn't it ... and if not the filthy fiat paper rich private sector, who else is gonna bung the public and politically inept and corrupt government sector to keep the lights on and scams going in the face of their rapidly expanding and never ever likely to be enabled to be paid back to the phantoms that are sucker holders of creditors debt ......

    'Tis all part of the heavenly dream turned hellish nightmare, eh, to Make America Great Again with more scams on the make?

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    A Question That Stll Needs An Answer......


    Hey, Denis:

    (1) Where are those 1.6 million citizen medical records today, you know, the ones you slurped (without consent) in 2017?

    (2) Are they being used today by DeepMind in AI research?

    (3) Will they be used in the future by DeepMind in AI research?

    (4) Are you planning to hand these records over to Palantir? (....or maybe you have already done so?)

    Enquiring minds in North London would like to know! We never consented to the slurp......and we still want to know what DeepMind has done, is doing, and will do with our private data.

  4. Alistair Dabbs


    ...and not a penny will be spent on copyright fees due to those whose source material is stolen to feed its LLMs.

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