September 1, 2014
Engineers at Google are working to fix a glitch on the company's News site that has resulted in some photos and news stories being mismatched.
Searches on Google News today occasionally turned up photos that
didn't match the stories -- such as a shot of vegetables that appeared next to a story about a Japanese merger firm.
Google's news pages are automated and use computer coding to select and display stories.
A company spokesman says the problem appeared to be mainly with photos from Reuters, and explained that engineers are working to fix the glitch.
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