Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the platform's early trials suggest that Google will "be able to serve well over 99 percent of the queries.”
Political advertisers will now be required to prove their identity as part of new transparency tools introduced to attempt to restore public trust in the platform.
Plans for a new housing estate close to the US president's golf course north of Aberdeen have met with more than 3,000 formal objections, and an online petition of a further 19,000 people.
The new college, the M.I.T. Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, will launch in the 2019 autumn semester, before moving into its own new space in 2022
The new space, Wrightwood 659, opened to the public on Friday last week in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighbourhood. The inaugural exhibition is dedicated to Tadao Ando and Le Corbusier.
Phase one of the scheme, which costs around $2m, has begun and will see renovations to Judd's Architecture Office and part of the compound known as the Block.
Richard Horden, the pioneer of the micro-home, has died aged 73.
The Getty Foundation has awarded more than $1.7m in architectural conservation grants to 11 20th-century buildings, including Eero Saarinen's Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Mayor of London has announced a partnership with Thames Water to install 100 fountains across the capital between spring 2019 and the end of 2020.
The victory of the Bloomberg European headquarters marks the third time that Foster + Partners has won the prestigious Stirling Prize.
The Studio Museum in Harlem and the Duke Ellington School of the Arts have received more than 650 works from Cafritz's collection of works by artists of African descent.
The architects have criticised De Matos Ryan's proposals to overhaul its 2006 extension to the museum, acknowledging that while ‘It is not cool for architects to complain about changes to their buildings[...] we care about this project, and we think the significant changes proposed to the front are not appropriate".