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Full video: Google CEO Sundar Pichai at Code 2016

Plus: How will Google's AI know that "sweetie" means your wife and not your daughter?

Asa Mathat

At the 2016 Code Conference, Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked with The Verge's Walt Mossberg about why Google thinks it can beat Apple, Amazon and Microsoft to make artificial intelligence easier and more helpful for every consumer. Here's the full video of the interview.

And via our podcast Recode Replay, here is the full audio of Pichai's appearance:

He said Google wants to offer smarter privacy controls, so that users might save certain types of conversations forever and wipe others off the record. Plus: Pichai added that the company is investing more into its flagship Nexus devices for the Android operating system, but will not make its own smartphone without an OEM partner.

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