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Keeping people safe online requires more than just advanced security technology, it requires people.
Google’s security teams are made up of some of the world’s greatest hackers, developers and leaders. Day in and day out they work to keep our users and our Googlers information safe and secure.
There is no one size fits all security practitioner and we believe that diversity is key to building effective security teams. As Cybersecurity Awareness Month comes to an end, I’m thrilled to announce that Google is furthering its support for #ShareTheMicInCyber by investing in the the #ShareTheMicInCyber Fellowship.
Founded by Googler Camille Stewart and Harvard Kennedy School’s Lauren Zabierek #ShareTheMicInCyber began as an online conversation between Allies and Black cyber practitioners on Twitter and LinkedIn, and transformed into a social media phenomenon that highlights the experiences and expertise of Black practitioners in the field, features their accomplishments and creates a critical conversation on race in the industry.
The #ShareTheMicInCyber Fellowship, developed in partnership with New America is the first of its kind and will build on the work of previous #ShareTheMicInCyber campaigns by creating a program for Black cyber practitioners to further their career goals, build on their networks and pursue new opportunities. #ShareTheMicInCyber Fellows will conduct policy research and analysis, explore cybersecurity field issues from important perspectives and address the human side of cybersecurity, both from policy and technical aspects.
As part of Google’s commitment to strengthen the security workforce, we are proud to support the critical mission of #ShareTheMicInCyber by funding the first year of the fellowship and pledging to a total of five years of funding. The #ShareTheMicInCyber and New America teams will develop the fellowship program, which is expected to launch in 2022.
As modern cybersecurity threats evolve into new and more dangerous attacks - and as the industry seeks skilled workers - we need an arsenal of different ideas that represent all backgrounds. The #ShareTheMicinCyber Fellowship will amplify diverse talent and bring new voices and ideas to the industry and ultimately make us all safer and more secure.
In this post, we'll walk you through how kids, teens and families can make use of a new tool that gives minors more control over their images in Google Search. Because while we already provide a range of options for people seeking to remove content from Search, we know that kids and teens have to navigate some unique challenges online, especially when a picture of them is unexpectedly available on the internet.
With a newly implemented policy, anyone under the age of 18, or their parent or guardian, can now request the removal of their images from Search results, following a few simple steps. This means these images won’t appear in the Images tab or as thumbnails in any feature in Google Search.
If you’re under 18 and there’s an image of yourself that you want removed from Google results, you – or your parent, guardian or authorized representative – can follow these steps to request that it be removed:
It’s important to note that removing an image from Google results doesn’t remove it from the internet. That’s why you might want to contact a site’s webmaster to ask that they remove the content, too. You can learn more about how to do that on our support page.
We believe this change will help give young people more control over their digital footprint and where their images can be found on Search. Learn more about other ways we work to help kids and families stay safe while exploring information online.
Last week, we announced Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, and we spent some time introducing the new Pixel Camera, which gets a big boost from Google Tensor, Google’s first System on a Chip (SoC) designed specifically for Pixel. But there’s so much more to talk about — so we wanted to take some time to show you how the new camera uses the latest technology from the Pixel hardware and research teams as well as our Pixel software team.
From HDR+ to Night Sight, Pixel has a history of building state-of-the-art cameras using computational photography, and Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are no exception. Google Tensor allows us to combine new camera hardware with thoughtful software, as well as advancements in machine learning (ML).
Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro camera bar.
For the first time ever, Pixel Camera has Live HDR+ enabled in all video modes – even 4K60 – and in popular social and chat apps, too. With Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, we drastically accelerated Live HDR+ by designing it directly into Google Tensor’s Image Signal Processor (ISP). Google Tensor enabled many other improvements to video, too, including real-time tone mapping of people and upgrades to stabilization.
Google Tensor enables Live HDR+ in video.
Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have a larger main rear camera that can capture 2.5x as much light as Pixel 5, so your Night Sight photos will be sharper and more detailed than ever. The larger camera works with a new laser detect auto focus system and Google Tensor’s ISP, which use new motion detection algorithms to capture shorter exposures that aren’t as blurry.
The new main sensor captures 2.5x as much light as ever before.
With Real Tone, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are designed for people of every skin tone, so that your portraits look authentic and true to life. Google Tensor enables an advanced ML-based face detection model that more accurately auto-exposes photos of people of color. We also updated our auto-white balance algorithm to detect and correct inaccurate skin tones, and, if you enable Frequent Faces, Pixel Camera will also learn how to better auto-white balance the people you photograph most-frequently.
Real Tone helps everyone feel seen, no matter their skin tone.
With Face Unblur, more of your photos of people will come out crisp and sharp. If Google Tensor detects someone is moving quickly, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro simultaneously take a darker but sharper photo on the Ultra Wide camera and a brighter but blurrier photo on the main camera. Google Tensor then uses machine learning to automatically combine the two photos, giving you a well-exposed photo with a sharp face.
The upgraded Ultra Wide camera is used to take sharp photos of moving people, even when you don’t zoom out.
Sometimes, you want a bit of blur – with Motion Mode (now in Beta on Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro), you can easily capture high-quality Action Pans and Long Exposures. Instead of using a sleight of hand or tripod, you can just press the Pixel Camera shutter button and rely on Google Tensor to handle motion vector calculations, frame interpolation, subject segmentation, hand-shake rejection, and blur rendering.
Action Pan and Long Exposure features in Motion Mode create artful blur of movement.
Pixel 6 Pro’s new telephoto camera uses an updated version of Super Res Zoom with HDR+ Bracketing so zoomed photos look sharp, not grainy. The sensor used in the 4x optical camera is larger than Pixel 5’s main sensor and it gathers more light, so fitting it in Pixel 6 Pro is no easy feat. It’s hidden inside the camera bar and uses a prism that bends the light so the lens can be oriented sideways.
Pixel 6 Pro has the best zoom we’ve ever put in a Pixel phone.
Speaking of zoom, sometimes selfies feel too zoomed in, making it tricky to get a picture with all your friends or family. We built a new Ultra Wide selfie camera for Pixel 6 Pro that lets you ditch the selfie stick. When taking a selfie, you can zoom out by pressing the .7x button and capture photos of yourself or a group without extending your arm or fumbling around. And if you want to vlog on YouTube, Pixel 6 Pro’s selfie camera now supports 4K video recording and Speech enhancement mode, too! Pixel 6 uses Tensor’s TPU to simultaneously process audio and visual cues to isolate speech. It can reduce background noise up to 80% in noisy environments.
Pixel 6 Pro lets you zoom out to .7x on selfies so you can capture the entire crew.
Magic Eraser in Google Photos can help remove photobombers from your photos with the tap of a button. Using novel algorithms for confidence, segmentation, and inpainting, Magic Eraser can easily remove suggested distractions from your photos or let you select things you want to remove. Better yet, these machine learning models run on-device using Google Tensor, so you can even use Magic Eraser when you’re away from connectivity or when your photos haven’t backed up yet.
Magic Eraser removes distracting people in the background.
This is Pixel Camera's biggest hardware update ever, from the new Google Tensor chip to the debut of the camera bar. It's the best Pixel Camera we've built, and we can't wait to see what you do with it. Share your photos and videos on #TeamPixel through Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter.