- Wired, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 1:29 PM
Google quickly went from denying a censored search engine for China to admitting one exists. Google CEO Sundar Pichai called the work "very promising" on stage Monday at the Wired 25 Summit, and said
the engine will be able to serve 99% of the queries users request, according to Wired. At the conference, Pichai didn't "back away" from talking about the engine, codenamed Project
Dragonfly, saying the potential to expose the world to more information is guiding Google’s push into China.
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