Google goes back to Artificial Intelligence for oil and gas extraction

Google says it will no longer build custom artificial intelligence tools to speed up oil and gas extraction, which will differentiate itself from cloud computing rivals Microsoft and Amazon. The announcement followed a Greenpeace report on Tuesday that documents how the three tech giants are using AI and computing power to help oil companies get to the U.S. And help find oil and gas reserves around the world.

Environmentalist group says Amazon, Microsoft and Google are reducing their own climate change exercise by partnering with major oil companies including Shell, BP, Chevron and ExxonMobil to get more oil and gas off the ground Have searched for new technology.

But the group on Tuesday commended Google for taking a step away from those deals.

Elizabeth Jardim, senior corporate publicist at Greenpeace USA, said, "While Google still has some legacy contracts with oil and gas firms, we welcome Google's indication that it is now a custom solution for upstream oil and gas extraction Will not make. "

Google said it would honor all existing contracts with its customers, but would not specify which companies.

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