What he does not say is far more interesting, i.e. that in order to offer its promise of “custom convenience” — with predictions about restaurants you might like to eat at, say, or suggestions for how bad the traffic might be on your commute to work — it is continuously harvesting and data-mining your personal information, preferences, predilections, peccadilloes, prejudices… and so on and on and on.
AI never stops needing data. Not where fickle humans are concerned.
So the actual price for building a “personal Google for everyone, everywhere” would in fact be zero privacy for everyone, everywhere.
Doesn’t sound quite so OK, Google, now does it?
… via the homonym post on TechCrunch!