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Progressive Commentary Hour - Google's covert operations to undermine democracy, freedom of speech and manipulate our lives
Zach Vorhies is a former Google engineer who worked with the Silicon Valley giant for over 8 years. Much of that time was spent in Google's YouTube division before he discovered Google's artificial intelligence program known as "Machine Learning Fairness." After investigating this program through internal Google documents in his possession, Zach turned whistleblower and delivered 950 pages of company documents to the Department of Justice and released the same to the public. Having departed from Google, Zach is now devoted to helping raise awareness about Google's covert activities. This includes the likelihood of meddling in the forthcoming elections and collaborating with China by giving that country access to it's "Manhattan" project known as Deep Mind.
Dr. Robert Epstein is the Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. The institute researches roles of parenting, stress management, maturation and the internet's influence and manipulation of our lives. He is the former editor in chief of Psychology Today and has specialized in the psychology of maturity. Dr. Epstein holds a doctorate in psychology from Harvard, has taught at the University of California at San Diego and was the founder of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in Massachusetts. He has been a commentator on NPR's Marketplace and has written for the Washington Post, Time, The Sunday Times London, Parenting, and other magazines and newspapers. Robert is the author of 15 books, and his forthcoming book is "How Google and Facebook Ate Your Brain, and How You Can Get a New One." The Institute also produced a documentary film, "The Creepy Line" which reveals how Google and Facebook impact the behaviors of billions of people worldwide. For more info on his writings about Google, his website is MyGoogleResearch.com
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