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Google to layoff 30,000 employees due to new AI innovation : Reports

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  1. Google plans to reorganize its ad sales unit, driven by the integration of AI tools like Performance Max, reducing manual intervention in ad creation.
  2. Recent advancements in AI have led to redundancies in roles focused on selling ads for various Google services like YouTube, Search, Display, Discover, Gmail, and Maps.
  3. The company previously laid off around 12,000 employees, the largest job cut in its history, affecting employee morale.
  4. Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, termed the decision as difficult but necessary for the company’s future, preventing potential challenges and enabling investments amid global shifts.
  5. The restructuring’s impact on further job cuts remains unspecified, but the integration of AI tools has streamlined ad creation processes significantly.
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