Tech giant official claims the curated information of very high quality is obtained from doctors and other medical bodies in different countries

The tech giant Google has tied up with doctors to give qualified information curated by them to identify disease based on symptoms, said senior vice president Ben Gomes.

Interacting with students of his alma mater St Joseph School here, Gomes responded to a question regarding dealing with inaccuracies on the web in diagnosing diseases.

He said the search engine has information curated by doctors, adding, the curated information of very high quality is obtained from doctors at health care company Mayo Clinic  and other medical bodies in different countries. “People actually get the right sense of the information that they are getting,” Gomes told the students and claimed that Google has done a lot of work on getting the right information.

Google has announced a string of sustainability pledges for its hardware and has said that it aims to neutralise carbon emissions from delivering consumer hardware like Pixel phones and Google Home Minis by 2020. “By 2020, 100 per cent of all shipments going to or from customers will be carbon neutral. Starting in 2022, 100 per cent of Made by Google products will include recycled materials with a drive to maximize recycled content wherever possible,” Anna Meegan, Head of Sustainability, Consumer Hardware, wrote in a blog post on Monday.

It also launched its “Power Project”, which aims to bring one million energy and money-saving Nest thermostats to families in need by 2023 and built much of our Nest product portfolio with post-consumer recycled plastic.