Do you think that Google is the beginning of The Skynet?

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this video will not be 18 400 had video I’m not gonna be talking to happiness
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becoming too big and it’s going to be the next guy net
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I’m gonna give the fax there will be some small personal opinions within the
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summary at the end of the year
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but that’s it now please enjoy the production
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by
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I’ll 1995
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I was 5 years old and public Internet was only three years old
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he wouldn’t really know the internet was or how to use it even if it wasn’t many
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used to them
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on one particular day in nineteen ninety-five history would change forever
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a 22-year-old Larry Page and a 21-year-old Sergey Brin
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meet for the first time at Stanford University Larry and Sergey soon become
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good friends
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and begin collaborating on a search engine called back rub in 1995
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there about thirteen says engines to choose from and they were all
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terrible they think you back anything remotely close to what you ask for
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but backrub was different it had a secret formula it was cold
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paid rent looking at it now this one former
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was one of the reasons that backrub form so much better than the other search
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engines at the time
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this was the key the secret this woman who indirectly be worth billions in the
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future
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on september fifteenth 1997
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backrub was changed to do dot com and the rest
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as they say is history home
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do
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the stuff you probably don’t know in
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Augustus really see the service of Google we use the online services like
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you who sets
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gmail ECU and Google+ every day
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may have us her fine featuring view software and maybe even people hardware
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ego self driving cars and augmented reality glasses
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a cool very few people ask themselves the question
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how big is good and what else
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are they up to let’s find out please makes you say that if we continue
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people is much bigger than you think fest to look at five interesting cue
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acquisition to the past
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but then look a bit deeper into some revolutionary things at the company’s
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been doing over the past few months
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number five enjoyed acquisition day
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17th of August 2005 cost fifty million dollars
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we owe no Android is and no doubt the best part of Android
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is open source nature this allows the operating system to be on anything from
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fines
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to cause two fridges Android is everywhere
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as the 260 1.1 million smartphones sold in 2013
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$211 million of them we’re running Android
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thats over eighty percent Android has allowed access for countries such as
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China
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to really have a serious shot at the smartphone industry let’s move on
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Google who is obviously just more than Android number four
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each you
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acquisition date 10th December 2006
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a costume 1.65 billion dollars I will deny justice to convey just how mind
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blowing me huge
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you GPS the factual do this for me looking at YouTube
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purely just as a search engine it’s bigger than being
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ya him and past who combined
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in fact is the largest search engine on the planet second time the Google search
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itself
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so it’s obvious that people are searching for a lot of things this
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only must mean this lot of content on the chin but how much continues
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video-content
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actually gets uploaded payday maybe a week one month
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continuously two months yeah no
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try a decade that’s right over a decade with the DA’s
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applied it at a rate of 72 arrows payment and that’s just in one day
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it’s nothing if you start adding it up again since you know
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for one month just one month days
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for billion hours with you watched each month
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at some 450,000 news with the video watched in just one month
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and of course as you watch this particular video on YouTube
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those rights increasing I could go on with the facts but there’s a lot more
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crazy stuff to cover in this video number three
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my girl a mobility acquisition day 15th of August
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2011 and cost 20.5 billion dollars
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Motorola Mobility was in trouble in the only twenty tens
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and do you use this opportunity to get themselves into the hardware side of the
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smartphone world
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but halfway through the production at this period something very interesting
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happen
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deduce old Motorola Mobility to ANOVA
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for 2.9 billion dollars this makes it seemed as if Google’s interests way
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elsewhere
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perhaps they just want to hang on to some the pattens they acquired from the
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acquisition a Motorola
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to help enjoyed defend itself against Apple perhaps in court cases in the
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future
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or perhaps the ones past number two Boston Dynamics
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acquisition day 10th December
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2013 cost unknown
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okay so this is where things start to get a little bit crazy remember those
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robots are saying you are back in that top 10 video
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who bought Boston Dynamics the company that created the robotic technology
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if you wanna know more about these amazing robots to check out the first
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youtube video link in the description below
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this acquisition means like you do now and some the most advanced robotic
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technology
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on the planet it doesn’t end there number one
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nest acquisition day 13th January
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2014 at a cost to 3.2 billion dollars
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nest labs previously created some very beautiful smart thermostats and smoke
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detectors
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as part of the goal is to create a conscious I’m who is going to help them
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do that
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in a very big way we may eventually see a high powered by Android and Google now
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these kinda acquisitions will be quite interesting at the next five years a
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sign
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and he is a bonus item
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deep mind acquisition that 26th January 2014
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this with Google’s first and I company acquisition
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the mind can be described as a world-class groundbreaking technology
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on cutting-edge a machine line they use systems neuroscience to build powerful
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and general-purpose learning algorithms
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but let’s get to that Google robot get it seems like they have all the parts
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in place let’s dissect a bit let’s start with what would be the brain
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have the robot and that is didn’t mind we don’t actually know that much about
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this company
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we know that was created by a a child prodigy
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like Chiasson has gone on to create games and we know that they have some
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patents in
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looking at images their technology and deciphering what’s inside the images
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without humans
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saying what actually in those images and then play a critical thinking
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exactly critical thinking as I said in that this video is not a tinfoil hat
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media said the aim is not to scare people
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something to tell you fax according to official statements
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deep mine technology is going to be useful to you image search
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for now anyway tell us a bit about what who’s been doing
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what are some other more crazy at this time well there’s definitely some lesson
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9 things going on at Google
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of course I’m mainly talking about who s you do X is a semi secret facility run
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by saying a friend
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and Astro tel you do X aims to quote-unquote
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improve technologies by a factor of 10 according to Astra Tom
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he goes on to say think a science fiction sounding solutions
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in late 2013 who won in robotics company
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acquisition spree everyday they purchased a new company that operated in
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fields such as humanoid robots
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robotic arms and computer vision I guess I just have to wait for the announcement
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to see what the really up to
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another very interesting project his project room
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project loom aims to provide Internet service for the four billion people not
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done yet have access
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aims to do this by balloons in the stratosphere
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the balloon to flatten the stratosphere about 20 miles 32 kilometers above the
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Earth’s surface
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the balloon to create an area wireless network with 3G speeds
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its height that project loon will bring a low-cost way to get the rest in the
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world online
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sizes things mazing advances in technology happening right now
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it’s an exciting time to me anyway we’ll take a short break
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and will be straight back after this every day america online
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is making it easier for people to live work and play
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and alloys easy to you know I can even send email on the internet
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and welcome back let’s get straight back into recently
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who was part of a world first event let’s check out the news bulletin from
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CNN to see what it was
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Google and Apple have teamed up to shower well my
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he said that machine made by candid
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the way will be installed in an aftereffect country California
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yet such as a tent that you who is also in the quantum computing game
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now we really don’t have enough time to go into all the details of what it does
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and how it doesn’t but the bottom line is Fuego who is involved in one of the
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world’s first commercially available
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quantum computers now performance wise it’s not that great for constant compete
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on
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is just a tiny bit faster than regular computer at the moment but of course is
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the very first version of a brand new sort of computing
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so it’s gonna take some time to get there but it’s pretty cool that should
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be staring at is an actual content computer
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it’s hoped this computer could be used in the future too so very complex
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optimization problems one of which is global warming
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but of course one step at a time the mysterious barges
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in October 2013 four strains floating barges were found off the coast of
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Treasure Island
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San Francisco rick is one of Portland and New London in connecticut
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Google refused to give any details statements about these are the 4 250
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feet long
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2000 plus ton barges the only explanation given for the existence was
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too
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Inc whites to use the botched as an interactive space where people can learn
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about new technology
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some say it’s just a storehouse all marketing area for Google glass
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but no one knows for sure and now end of the video
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with the most recent announcement generous 16th 2014
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Google announced they specialize contact lenses these contact lenses will provide
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a glucose monitoring system for diabetics
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using a non-intrusive method or
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sigh over the next decade we may see home automation
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from a conscious house advanced intelligent robotics
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and the global expansion internet coverage but in 10 years
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just how much will Google I’m the Services may already account for
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almost forty percent 00 Internet traffic in one way
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it to be unsettling to see company has such a large
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and growing Bryson every aspect the technological uniforms
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but on the other hand it only can be and it has to be
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you advances the state %uh Val there’s no other company out there
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that has the resources and infrastructure to do the research and
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develop such amazing technologies
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and produce products at a reasonable price for the world
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the only thing I ask if you can is to just a sincere
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see of just seen all the latest information about one of the largest
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most dynamic an influential companies where ever likely to see
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for a long time so what do we take away from all this
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well you can look at it this way the founders of Google
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Larry Page and Sergey Brin just two regular guys
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to regular college dropouts to be exact they sir need
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and need for more accurate search and they put their minds to
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and you’ve just seen Rizzo so the next time you feel like giving up in an idea
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just think about that to very intelligent but otherwise regular guys
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changed the world so what do you have to lose alright so not a life coach
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but still food for thought
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so that was cute and this is me hey
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to go here the tray to this channel & also that be a cause
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said he got a new year got some music video is insane documentaries know so
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some other stuff because I just a little bit of everything really saying if you
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know someone that likes to your technology in general
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anyone to share this video you can do that is low because I’m know anything
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and putting together and playing one of these mistakes but I’m not sure he can
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now sell not say
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just any little thing helps you know people have been saying she get my stuff
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out their site
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this is my effort to try and do them
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yes all I really want to thank ISIC again for the next one
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and enjoying GS did
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on a
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so it’s all in good fun and I hope you guys enjoyed it
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and I’ll see you can see from actually and weren’t looking

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Sameera Mallawaarachchi A Photographer • Tech Enthusiastic • Android Lover • True believer in Google • Founder of KathaBuzz.com and SamSeen.com

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