Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, spoke to the media before the opening of Google's Berlin office in Berlin on January 22, 2019.
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Speaking in an interview with Poppy Harlow from CNN, Google's chief executive, Sundar Pichai, said YouTube was too big to fix the site's harmful content.
last few years, as controversial content ranging from Sandy Hook's denial of shooting to superior content continues to exist, despite the company's attempts to filter it. and remove such content.
– All major systems are heavy, said Pichay. "Think about credit card systems, there is some trickery in this … something when you move on such a scale , you have to think about the percentages. "The application will improve." He also said Google wanted to tackle the problems earlier, as many video clips they have been running for years
"There is recognition that we have not done it right," he said. "We are aware of some of the traps here and have changed the priorities."
Watch the CNN video.