Timothy Cook, Jeff Bezos and Eric Schmidt were among 18 tech executives at a forum held by an administration they have had conflicts with.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, were among those attending an afternoon of working groups on issues like technology infrastructure, cybersecurity and visas for foreign workers. Trump...Show More Summary
Executives from Google, Apple, Intel, Adobe, and other Silicon Valley tech firms met with Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner today, to talk about reducing government waste and improving information technology services. Trump administration officials in attendance included Mike Pence, Steve Mnuchin andWilbur Ross. (more…)
Apple's Tim Cook, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft's Satya Nadella, Alphabet's Eric Schmidt and IBM's Ginni Rometty are among those expected to attend the meeting.
GotNews broke a story today involving Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his ties to a particularly dangerous DNC megadonor. Billionaire... The post REPORT: Special Counsel Mueller Worked for Law Firm That Represented DNC Fundraising Group Led by Eric Schmidt appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Eric Schmidt is the executive chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google and one of the most influential conglomerates in the world. But when he joined Google in 2001, it was a search engine company with a few hundred employees...Show More Summary
When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, he was put in charge of a few hundred employees; when he stepped back as CEO to become chairman 10 years later, there were around 32,000 employees at the company. Schmidt is now the executive chair of Alphabet, Google's parent company and one of the world's most influential conglomerates. Show More Summary
Remember back in February, when we were coming off the high of the women’s march and the travel ban had just been proposed and all of Silicon Valley’s rage was concentrated? Protesting was the new brunch, and employees forced-- forced-- Silicon Valley leaders to grow a spine. Show More Summary
PC Forum is off to a great start this year with an interview with Eric Schmidt from Google and a panel with the CEOs of AOL, Yahoo, and Google. I do not plan on taking detailed notes so I suggest you view Ross Mayfield’s blog and posts to stay current on the conference. I also... The post PC Forum 2004-Monday morning appeared first on BeyondVC.
Eric Schmidt makes the case that AI will be good for society
You wanna make America great? Just let us hire the best people in the world, argues Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt.
Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, isn't too worried about the prospect of robots stealing everyone's jobs. At a talk at MIT's computer science and AI lab on Wednesday, the high-profile tech executive described...Show More Summary
Alphabet's chairman Eric Schmidt charged the company $1.9 million for the use of his private planes in 2016, according to new company filing posted Friday. Schmidt fully owns one of the planes used and 33% of another, according to the filing. Show More Summary
Those headed from Hollywood to Coachella this week bracing for hours of traffic, might be interested in a pricier alternative. Blade, the digitally powered aviation company backed by media execs including Barry Diller, Eric Schmidt,Show More Summary
Schmidt describes Rubin's handset as "phenomenal," and says it's coming "very soon."
The 2017 Corporate Accountability Index – a company ranking put together by a non-profit chaired by Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt – has ranked Google top dog in the technology sector, while Apple sits at #7 with a little over half Google’s score. more… Filed under: Apple
Christina, an apparent MR reader, asked me whether it is really true that AI helps military defense more than military offense, as was previously argued by Eric Schmidt. I can think of a few parallel cases: 1. In chess, AI clearly has...Show More Summary
Dozens of companies have stopped their ads from running on YouTube and other Google platforms.
Google can't say for certain that ads placed with its various massive platforms won't end up near an offensive video or website. At least that's the opinion of Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, and the most...Show More Summary