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Pichai: The Future Of Google


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Pichai: The Future Of Google


Asked about why Google Cloud Platform isn't doing as well as Amazon and Microsoft, Pichai described it as "One of our fastest growing businesses," and claimed it will have tens of billions in revenue and will be profitable. He said the company is "taking a long-term view," and that the future of cloud will be about taking AI to the world.


Google CEO Sundar Pichai delivered his first ever letter to shareholders today, where he predicted the future lies in machine learning. Of course, the most important thing to Google is and always has been search, but the company has some ambitious goals for the future.


While education and workplace training for an automated future has focused largely on coding, there will be many jobs that depend on softer tech skills, Pichai says in an essay published Thursday on NBCNews.com.


There are some things that machines are simply better at doing than humans, but humans still have plenty going for them. Here's a look at how the two are going to work in concert to deliver a more powerful future for IT, and the human race.


"Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away," wrote Pichai, who took over as CEO eight months ago. "Over time, the computer itself -- whatever its form factor -- will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day. We will move from mobile first to an AI first world."


Pichai stressed the importance of being together and having a sense of community in their work or solving hard problems or creating something new. He added: "We don't think the future is just 100% remote or something."


Last week, EURACTIV obtained a European Commission document setting out future plans that could see facial recognition technologies banned in public places for a period of between three to five years.


San Francisco: Reiterating that his home country India as well as Brazil are going through their most difficult moments of the pandemic, Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai has laid down a detailed roadmap on how the future of work will unfold for millions across the globe. 1e1e36bf2d






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