A screenshot of Google Street View shows a cow with its face blurred.

Privacy has become a massive concern for most of the people and now, the same thing applies for wildlife as well, ascertains the search engine giant, Google. The ludicrous Google has now posted a cow with a blurred face which has gone viral on the social media. Looking at the concern of Google towards the privacy of a cow, all the people over the social media are going goofy and some of them are astonished at the act of Google.Lokesh Next KTR?

Google doesn’t wish to give up the possibility, particularly at the instant when in a nation as prominent as India, the respect for cows is on an upsurge. In the recent times, the algorithm of the company has come across a fine-looking unintelligent the AI overlords which are artificial intelligence, in general. The company is quite obvious in rendering reference to the complete privacy of the cow and as a bid; the face of the cow has been blurred.Krrish 3 sequel

Even though this cow was eating on a street in the UK and not India but certainly many here would escalate the emotion or gush. If humans be worthy of privacy, then cows certainly do as well. The photo of the cow which was blurred went viral very soon on the micro-blogging site, Twitter. This all seems to be quite hilarious and funny and it is also a fanatical Google AI at work. The face of the cow is quite sharp which was captured by the cameras of Google’s Street View.

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A spokesperson from Google has stated a point over this issue as:

“We thought you were pulling the udder one when we heard the moos, but it’s clear that our automatic face-blurring technology has been a little overzealous… Of course, we don’t begrudge this cow milking its five minutes of fame.”

However, it is not the first time for Google to involve in such an inane act. We need to appreciate the attempt of Google though it seems to be quite imprudent.Hyper Song Teaser

Google’s Great Concern towards Cow’s Privacy was last modified: September 17th, 2016 by Brenda
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