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Computing is still too clunky: Charlie Rose and Larry Page in conversation

I like the concept of additionality Larry outlines. He still keeps Tesla’s example in mind, and perhaps is disappointed that wealthy Googlers aren’t doing more to impact the world?

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(L-R) Charlie Rose and Larry Page. Photo: James Duncan Davidson (L-R) Charlie Rose and Larry Page. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

The illustrious questioner Charlie Rose and Google cofounder and CEO Larry Page take their seats on the TED stage for a Q&A during Session 6: Wired. They talk about Page’s latest projects, Snowden’s appearance and the underlying ethos that powers Page’s work. Below is an edited version of their conversation.

Charlie Rose: Where is Google, and where is it going?

Larry Page: The mission that we defined a long time ago was to organize the world’s information and make it usable and accessible. Now people always ask me: Is that still what you’re doing? And I’m not quite sure. But search really is such a deep thing for us. To really understand what you want, to really understand the world’s information — we’re still very much at the early stages of that. We’ve been doing this for 15 years already…

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Chris Saunders

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