Back in February, Google CEO Sundar Pichai described Plus Codes as an important part of making Google Maps work for more people around the world. “With a digital address, more people will be able to access things like banking and emergency services, receive personal mail and deliveries, and help people find and patronize their businesses,” the CEO wrote. “It’s still in early days, but we’re excited about the potential.” … [Read more...] about Google Maps makes it easier to share your location without an address
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"Great page experiences enable people to get more done and engage more deeply; in contrast, a bad page experience could stand in the way of a person being able to find the valuable information on a page," Google's blog post said. "By adding page experience to the hundreds of signals that Google considers when ranking search results, we aim to help people more easily access the information and web pages they're looking for, and support site owners in providing an experience users enjoy." … [Read more...] about Google plans to adjust Search rankings based on page “experience”
The survey is composed of seven questions aimed at showing people how common their symptoms are when juxtaposed against others who completed the same questionnaire. It's not a replacement for a diagnosis by a professional, it's meant to be more of a screening tool for people faced with questions about their mental health, after which the tool will point responders towards resources. … [Read more...] about Google Search gets an anxiety self-assessment tool in the U.S.
This silence is often an intentional strategy, says Sarah T. Roberts, a professor at UCLA who researches content moderation and social media. Tech companies obscure how these systems work, she says, because they’re often more hastily assembled than the firm would like to admit. “I think they’d like us to all imagine that these processes are seamless and infallible,” says Roberts. But when they don’t explain, she says, people offer their own interpretations. … [Read more...] about YouTube says China-linked comment deletions weren’t caused by outside parties
Kolkata: In the midst of a storm of job losses, pay cuts and deferred increments, a bunch of companies have held firm. Hindustan Unilever, Asian Paints, Johnson & Johnson, HCCB, Flipkart, Myntra, CSS Corp, BharatPe, BSH Home Appliances and Inflexion Point Ventures are among those that have chosen to hike salaries, make variable payouts and promote employees even in these tough times. Compensation experts said while companies across the board are taking decisions based on business realities, the concern they display during the Covid-19 crisis will have a lasting impact on employee goodwill. “In these unprecedented times, it is a great opportunity for organisations to lead with empathy and take care of their employees’ interest. We believe that giving pay hikes will help add certainty in these uncertain times,” said Manish Tandon, CEO, CSS Corp. The IT services company has paid out increments and variable pay to its 7,000-strong workforce. At the lower bands, … [Read more...] about Amid pay and job cuts, some companies also giving increments