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Google’s Ambitious Silicon Valley Campus Project Faces Setback

Google: Due to the difficult economic environment that had a negative influence on its advertising business, Alphabet’s revenue and profitability in the last quarter of 2020 fell short of forecasts. Next Monday, Google is expected to release its most recent quarterly financial figures. According to CNBC, Google’s “Downtown West” campus has been prepared for building in San Jose; work was initially expected to start by the end of this year.

Project has been put on hold

The project has reportedly been put on hold, and there has been no communication with the contractors regarding when construction would start up again, according to the article, which cited unidentified sources. Office space, homes, and public parks were all part of the 80-acre (32 hectare) campus’s authorized plan, according to reports. The parent firm of Google, Alphabet, has reduced spending after going on a big recruiting binge at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak. As more individuals turned to remote work, education, and leisure, the demand for internet services rose, prompting this job boom.

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ChatGPT can create complex and realistic material in a matter of seconds

The launch of ChatGPT, a chatbot backed by Microsoft, has boosted competition for Google’s well-known search engine. According to several analysts, the main tech firms overspent in anticipation of long-term growth and underprepared for a future slowdown. ChatGPT can create complex and realistic material in a matter of seconds, which puts pressure on Google. This technique is being used by Microsoft to improve Bing, which has long been a rival to Google’s search engine.

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