Like most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Then she became a researcher for two professors
Few company chairmen could justify taking a 10- hour flight to travel 5,638 miles to watch a board game being played. But Eric Schmidt could. The Alphabet chairman last week took the trip from Google’s
Scrap internal meetings. Do away with budgets. Put an end to the idea of continuous employment. When it comes to the practice of management, Sebastian Thrun likes to present himself as a radical outsider.
The technology uses special radar sensors packed in a tiny chip to detect a person's physical movements (such as rubbing two fingers together), letting a person do things like turn the volume up on a without
At Google I/O 2016, the Mountain View company decided — although admittedly not an entirely new theme — that it would be a good idea to spread its announcements across three days. The keynote showed off