If you do a Google search for the word “demon,” in fact, “police” will also come up as a definition.
Send to HN Here’s something that Google should be able to do pretty easily: define a word. This is the case in both Australia and New Zealand.
.I believe they ALL know what’s going on, and have even condoned it; because they want to continue their monopolies through a Demon in the Whitehouse. Tags definition, demon, google, officer, police, primary, translates Post navigation The day the CDC handed off data handling to the HHS, new Covid-19 cases in … Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. There are plenty of them on Google; for instance, searching for “askew” will get you this:The thing with Google is that a) the third explanation is entirely plausible and b) it’s also entirely plausible that, were it true, nobody would really get in trouble for it.No one is under any illusions about what the political environment is at Google, the same way no one is under any illusions what the political environment is anywhere else in Silicon Valley. (They’re almost all buried in one surprisingly unimpressive cathedral — but rest assured if they’d been stashed around the city, Google Translate did a good enough job with the Russian language and Cyrillic alphabet that I would have still been able to find them, as well as the two other dead Romanovs the Russian Orthodox church Clearly, then, something’s gone terribly awry here.
Our website relies on internet advertisements to pay the bills. As long as you keep liking, sharing, commenting, clicking on our articles, Copyright Disclaimer: Works and images presented here fall under Fair Use Section 107 and are used for commentary on globally significant newsworthy events. )Given that “detective” seems to be a legitimate, if obscure, definition of the word “demon,” this isn’t exactly something to bring the red mist on.That still doesn’t explain how “a police officer” became the primary definition of the word “demon” in a well-refined app.The first is a glitch. Do you own due diligence.The reader is responsible for discerning the validity, factuality or implications of information posted here, be it fictional or based on real events.InvestmentWatchBlog.com © 2018. They can open your garage door or, if you just want to look at your garage door, you can go on Google Street View and do that, too – as well as look at the garage doors of millions of other people in the United States alone.Maybe not as much as you would like. If there was anyone at Google who was troubled by this, they probably stayed quiet as a mouse.If biggest tech firm in all of big tech can’t translate a word from English to English without it turning out this way, they owe an explanation to the people who trust them with everything from our email to our personal search histories to our garage door openers.This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.I watched parts of the hearing on the tech giants.
As previously stated, the problem’s been fixed (here’s an archived version of what you would have seen before), but that still doesn’t exactly solve the mystery of why “If you’re wondering why, the first potential explanation is that there’s a part of the world where “The first is a glitch. The word "demon" includes an informal definition of "a police officer," according to Apple phone assistant Siri, Google's search engine, and Dictionary.com. There aren’t too many people running English-to-English translations on common words because we either have jobs, families, hobbies, chores, friends, “Animal Crossing” or literally anything else to keep us busy. That still doesn’t explain how “a police officer” became the primary definition of the word “demon” in a well-refined app.