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Senator of Republican Party of the United States asked Google to answer the question of cooperation projects with Huawei

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2019/8/8 15:04:32     readed:95

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Since last week, it has been reported that Google is working with Huawei to develop an Internet speaker with a microphone, but Google has suspended the project because of President Trump's pressure.

"What due diligence did Google do before agreeing to help Huawei install speaker devices in the living rooms of millions of Americans?"

They also asked Pichai a few specific questions, such as when the two companies started developing the device and whether Google would continue to work with the company to develop it if Huawei was removed from the trade blacklist. It is learnt that Google was asked to respond by the 30th of this month.

Huawei did not comment on the move by Congress. In a statement, Google pointed out that it is not currently working with Huawei to develop smart speaker devices.

In addition, the senators criticized Google's other work in China, including the establishment of an AI laboratory in Beijing two years ago. In addition, they accused Google of launching a project called Dragonfly, which was proposed by Google to create a search product for the Chinese market after it initially withdrew in 2010.

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