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Does Google know too much about you?

Larry Page, co-founder of Google, just landed in Spain to receive the Principe de Asturias Prize, the Spanish version of the Nobel Prize. In his dialog with the press, Larry said that, working in Search, Google aims to be more and more intelligent, know more and more, gather more information and develop more intelligent computers. Artificial Intelligence is their next target.

Is this funny video an exaggeration or is it what Larry and Sergei really aim at?

Know everything about you and those around you.
Decide and act on your behalf.
Suggest new initiatives.

Isn’t life so much easier thanks to Google?

Larry Page’s Commencement Speech at the 2005 University of Michigan

Coming from Larry Page, co-founder of Google, this is a phenomenal speech that inspires all us engineers and entrepreneurs to change the World.

Here is a transcript of the speech. It is worth reading.

Highlights from Larry:
 “…doing bigger things is easier than doing smaller things. I know that sounds really strange but it turns out, if you do something really big, you can get other people to help you, and you can get more people to help you”
“…save your world by building your dreams”