Google CEO tells US why pictures of Donald Trump comes up when you type “idiot”

United State Congress, on Wednesday summoned Google CEO, Sundar Pichai to explain why the photo of its president, Donald Trump comes up when you type the word ‘Idiot’

It was learnt that when you type in “Idiot” in Google search, photos of Trump comes up

Republicans allege that Google’s search results are biased and that Democrats who work at Google choose liberal websites over conservative views for prime placement on Google services like Google search.

Several Republicans on the committee, including Rep. Lamar Smith, said there was “political bias baked into” Google’s culture.

Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren questioning, Google CEO, asked him to explain and convince them that there’s no conservative bias in Google.

Lofgren said to Pichai: “Manipulation of search results – I think it’s important to talk about how search works. Right now, if you Google the word ‘idiot,’ under images, a picture of Donald Trump comes up. I just did that.

“How would that happen? How does search work so that that would occur?

“So it’s not some little man sitting behind the curtain figuring out what we’re going to show the user – it’s basically a compilation of what users are generating, and trying to sort through that information.”

Pichai in response said Google does not manually control its search results.

According to him, it is generated by users’ frequent search.

He said: “We provide search today for – anytime you type in a keyword, we as Google, we have gone out and crawled and stored copies of billions of webpages in our index.

“We take the keyword and match it against webpages and rank them based on over 200 signals, things like relevance, freshness, popularity, how other people are using it. And based on that, at any given time, we try to rank and find the best results for that query. Then we evaluate them with external raters to make sure, and they evaluate it to objective guidelines, and that’s how we make sure the process is working.

“Last year we served over 3 trillion searches. Just as a fact, every single day, 15% of the searches Google sees, we have never seen them before.

“So this is working at scale. We don’t manually intervene on any particular search result.”