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Google Cloud boss Diane Greene told employees on Friday that the company will not seek to renew a controversial contract with the Department of Defense after it expires in March 2019.
Gizmodo originally reported the news.
In March, Google announced that it had partnered with the Pentagon to help it analyze and interpret drone videos via artificial intelligence. However, a firestorm subsequently erupted internally, with several thousand employees signing a petition urging CEO Sundar Pichai to keep Google out of the "business of war" and dozens resigning in protest.
Greene told employees that the backlash has been bad for the company and that it would not have chosen to pursue the project, dubbed Project Maven, today, sources tell Gizmodo.
Meanwhile, the company is drafting a set of ethical principles to guide its future use of technology like artificial intelligence.
Read the rest of the Gizmodo report here.