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Rest easy, fellow humans; robots probably aren’t going to enslave or eliminate humans for at least another decade or so. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference last week, ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt downplayed the popular doomsday...Show More Summary
This new camera isn’t just for security. It’s also a way to catalog every move. To paraphrase former Google chairman Eric Schmidt, Lighthouse is the kind of tech product that gets right up to the creepy line. Read Full Story
See Deb Heine at PJ Media for the full discussion. BTW, Eric Schmidt has now stepped down as head of Google (Alphabet). But he's still a tech plutocrat. "What if the whole anti-fake news campaign was an effort on somebody's...
Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt and Hillary Clinton Google, Facebook and Twitter are currently working overtime to silence conservative voices online. Day after day we learn of another conservative voice that has been silenced or shadow-banned by the tech giants. Show More Summary
BOSTON (AP) — A longtime Google executive is taking on a new role at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The university announced Monday that Eric Schmidt will become an innovation fellow starting in the spring. It's a yearlong fellowship that will involve working with scholars and advising the new MIT Intelligence Quest. Show More Summary
A longtime Google executive is taking on a new role at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Google parent company Alphabet on Thursday reported a quarterly loss to set aside funds to pay taxes on repatriated profits, and named a new chairman to replace outgoing Eric Schmidt.
Eric Schmidt, who is stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent, has been the tech model for seamless transitions from company founders to a seasoned business pro.
If the first thing you asked was "what did he do" when you heard the news that Google fixture Eric Schmidt is stepping aside as Alphabet executive chairman, you have company.
Authored by Eric Lieberman via The Daily Caller, Eric Schmidt, chief executive of Google parent company Alphabet, was appointed chairman of a Department of Defense program in 2016 that was established by former President Barack Obama’s...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the second most valuable company in the world announced that one of its chieftains was stepping down. Eric Schmidt, 62 and enormously wealthy, announced he would leave his post of executive chairman at Alphabet for an advisory role with the company. Show More Summary
Bringing to a close the stewardship of one of the world's most successful companies, Eric Schmidt is stepping aside as the executive chairman of Google-parent Alphabet's board of directors.
Eric Schmidt, the ex-Sun CEO who came onboard at Google to be the "adult supervision" for the founders and who has repeatedly declared privacy dead and dismissed people who worried about surveillance business-models as unrealistic nutcases, is stepping down as head of Alphabet, the parent company of Google. (more…)
Eric Schmidt, the man who turned Google into a juggernaut during his decade as CEO, is stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet, its parent company. The company announced Thursday that the 62-year-old will be leaving the role, but will stay on as technical adviser and will continue to serve...
Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt this week said he plans to step down from his leadership role on the company's board and will instead serve as a technical advisor to the company. "Larry, Sergey, Sundar and I all believe that the time is right in Alphabet’s evolution for this transition. Show More Summary
Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt will step down in January, ending a 17-year-run in which he played a central role in building a promising startup called Google into a global technology powerhouse.
Schmidt, who is stepping down as Alphabet’s chairman, has a history of shining boardroom achievements (and clumsy public statements). Eric Schmidt, who stepped down Thursday as Alphabet’s chairman, is one of the most influential tech executives in history–and among the wealthiest–but he’s also among the most awkward where public relations is concerned. Read Full Story