On the same day that it announced it was shutting down its Google+ social network due to a data breach that it had concealed, Google has said it will be pulling out of bidding for a giant cloud contract with the US Department of Defence.
Leaked emails from Google show that Project Maven, an artificial intelligence-driven program devised by the Pentagon to improve drone targeting, would have earned the company up to US$250 million a year, much above the US$15 million figure that was initially made public.
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