MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA - At a special press conference held at the technology giant's sprawling campus Tuesday, Google engineers revealed exciting new technology that autocorrects any errant thoughts its users are having, replacing them with positions approved by the company.
Utilizing advanced retinal scan and proprietary telepathic scanning technology, the new automatic thought correction algorithm is now live for users of Google's search engine, Android operating system, Chrome OS, and the hundreds of other apps and services the company provides.
"Let's say you start thinking there may be some kind of inherent biological difference between men and women," Google employee Ryan Vo said in a live demo of the new tech. "Immediately, the thought suggestion program in any nearby Google device, app, or service will scrub the idea of inherent gender differences and replace them with the sure knowledge that there are at least three hundred different genders in existence, and always has been."
"Google will begin rebuilding your mind, piece by piece," he added to the cheers and applause of the tech bloggers and industry professionals gathered.
According to the spokesperson, Google is also utilizing crack teams of ex-military personnel to round up anyone who resists the new technology, taking them to a new portion of Google's campus known as the "Department of Love" for questioning, reconditioning, and re-introduction into civilized society.
At publishing time, a jealous Mark Zuckerberg had put his best programmers on the job of attempting to reverse-engineer Google's new thought correction algorithm for use on his own social network, sources confirmed.