Google drops out of Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud competition
Google is taking a pass at a potential $10 billion contract.
The Pentagon’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud, or JEDI, is a project looking to find a solution for huge transfers of data from the Defense Department to military officials in order to make faster military decisions wherever in the world these officials may be.
Google cited its AI principles, which were published back in June, as the reason for dropping out of the bidding process. Read more…