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What do you know about Google's secret tomb?

2019-11-20T17:02:08.247Z

Google Cemetery. The term may be strange, but it is 100% realistic, where Google has a giant digital cemetery where "dead projects" are placed, or coordinated and proved to fail before its launch, in order to ensure that no one arrives, or exploit its secret contents, and this cemetery is protected by digital



Google Cemetery. The term may be strange but 100% realistic, where Google has a giant digital cemetery where "dead projects" are placed, or that have been coordinated and proved to fail before its launch, in order to ensure that no one arrives, or exploit its secret contents, and this cemetery is protected from any digital breakthrough,
To date, there are more than 163 graves in this cemetery, which we liked to call a "dead project."
According to the German "Duchi Villa", one of the projects buried in this cemetery "Google Haier" platform for employment, which allows companies to rely on artificial intelligence to make the recruitment of competencies faster and simpler, but "Google" announced last August, stopping support for this The platform and thus her death.
There is also the project "Beltan Google", which was announced to be abandoned soon, and was a collective blog of local news, which could have users to publish stories in video or pictures, and thus share with people living in their region.
One of the famous projects that died and was buried in the cemetery, "Google Plus", the social network that "Google" wanted to compete with "Facebook" and "Twitter", but remained unsuccessful despite the continuation of several years.

Source: emara

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