Patru cu Ericmarți, octombrie 5th, 2010
imi place din ce in ce mai mult, in fiecare luna ne mai arunca niste „firimituri” despre ceea ce vor sa faca/vor face la Google:
Ce spunea in martie, conform Fortune:
In one of the sharper exchanges of the afternoon, a questioner challenged Schmidt with the fact that Google is collecting a staggering amount of information about who we are, what we’re thinking, and even where we are. “All this information that you have about us: where does it go? Who has access to that?” (Google servers and Google employees, under careful rules, Schmidt said.) “Does that scare everyone in this room?” The questioner asked, to applause. “Would you prefer someone else?” Schmidt shot back – to laughter and even greater applause. “Is there a government that you would prefer to be in charge of this?”
Ce declara in august, in WSJ:
Let’s say you’re walking down the street. Because of the info Google has collected about you, „we know roughly who you are, roughly what you care about, roughly who your friends are.” Google also knows, to within a foot, where you are. Mr. Schmidt leaves it to a listener to imagine the possibilities: If you need milk and there’s a place nearby to get milk, Google will remind you to get milk. It will tell you a store ahead has a collection of horse-racing posters, that a 19th-century murder you’ve been reading about took place on the next block.
Ce declara in septembrie, intr-un interviu la tv, facandu-i pe cei de la All Things Digital sa spuna ca a definit Borg-ul din Star Trek:
What we’re really doing is building an augmented version of humanity, building computers to help humans do the things they don’t do well better
Ce declara pe 1 octombrie, adica acum 4 zile, in The Atlantic:
With your permission, you give us more information about you, about your friends, and we can improve the quality of our searches. We don’t need you to type at all. We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less know what you’re thinking about.
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