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LEARN MORE ABOUT Caesar Sengupta

Caesar Sengupta, VP, Product Management

March 11, 2019

Caesar Sengupta
Sergey Brin
Sundar Pichai

GOOGLE EMPLOYEES UNCOVER ONGOING WORK ON CENSORED CHINA SEARCH

..... But they changed course after the outcry over the plan and indicated to employees who were working on the project that it was being shelved. Google’s Caesar Sengupta, an executive with a leadership role on Dragonfly, told engineers and others who were working on the censored search engine in mid-December that they would be allocated new projects funded by different “cost centers” of the company’s budget. In a message marked “confidential – do not forward,” which has been newly obtained by The Intercept, Sengupta told the Dragonfly workers: Over the past few quarters, we have tackled different aspects of what search would look like in China. .....

March 05, 2019

Caesar Sengupta

Google employees suspect it is still working on secret Chinese 'Dragonfly' project

..... At this biennial event, the participating companies exhibit their latest service robotic technologies and components Getty 42/42 The robot developed by Seed Solutions sings and dances to music during the Japan Robot Week 2016 at Tokyo Big Sight Getty Google told Dragonfly workers in December that it had ceased plans to launch the search engine and would move them onto different projects within the company. A confidential message from Google executive Caesar Sengupta to engineers stated: "While we've made progress in our understanding of the market and user needs, many unknowns remain and currently we have no plans to launch." Google CEO Sundar Pichai was subsequently questioned by Congress over the controversial search engine, to which he replied that Google had "no plans" to launch a search engine in China. .....