New Google CEO Sundar Pichai just joined Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Eric Schmidt in the "too-big-to-lose" club, according to a new filing from parent company Alphabet. For the first time, Pichai got a shout-out in the "Risks" section...Show More Summary
In 10 days, Pope Francis met with both Tim Cook of Apple and Eric Schmidt of Alphabet (Google). What's going on?
Former Google CEO Erich Schmidt has high hopes for artificial intelligence (AI), Bloomberg reports. The billionaire, who is now executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, delivered a talk in New York last week where heShow More Summary
Anything Google can do, Apple can do too, right? That’s right, not wanting to be outdone by Eric Schmidt’s reported meeting, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook will today meet with Pope Francis. What’s on the agenda? I’ve no idea, but Cook is lucky...Show More Summary
Kevin Abosch may have the best network of anyone in Silicon Valley. He's met every high-powered executive from Google Chairman Eric Schmidt to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to Twitter's Jack Dorsey. But he isn't a tech executive running a Fortune 500 company or a multi-billion dollar startup. Show More Summary
Baidu, China’s leading internet search engine, has released part of its artificial intelligence (AI) code on the internet. The company’s decision followed a call by former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, for tech companies to start working together on AI. Show More Summary
Baidu, China's leading internet search engine, has released some of its AI (artificial intelligence) code less than a week after former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said technology companies need to start working together on AI if humansShow More Summary
Court Coursey has been tapped to be Relativity's new chief investment & strategy officer. read more
Relativity Media’s Ryan Kavanaugh is full of surprises. The latest: A fund run by Alphabet (formerly Google) Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt — called TomorrowVentures — has agreed to make an unspecified investment in the studio, currently...Show More Summary
Pope Francis is scheduled to hold a rare, private meaning with Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google and executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet.
Pope Francis has called the Internet a "gift from God," but his next high-profile guest at the Vatican might have a more convincing claim on some of the credit. The pontiff will sit down with Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google parent company...Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO and executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, is going to meet Pope Francis on Friday at the Vatican in Rome, the Guardian reports. The Silicon Valley billionaire, thought to be worth around...Show More Summary
According to The Guardian, leader of the online advertising world and CEO of Alphabet Eric Schmidt will have a ‘brief conversation’ this Friday with Pope Francis, presumably not about moving the @pontifex Twitter account to Google+. Self-driving popemobile: more likely. Read more...
The two will meet for 15 minutes at the Vatican in Rome, an indication of just how important the technology industry has become.
Pope Francis will meet with the Silicon Valley exec for 15 minutes at the Vatican.
Alphabet's executive chairman expects that artificial intelligence will help with both personal tasks and the world's "hard problems."
Former Google CEO Erich Schmidt has high hopes for artificial intelligence (AI), Bloomberg reports. The billionaire, who is now executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, delivered a talk in New York this week where heShow More Summary
Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt and HUD Secretary Julian Castro share an engaging "chat" on providing Internet service to low-income households.
The federal government wants to bridge the digital divide—with help from private-sector partners such as Google Fiber. At Google's Googleplex headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt held a "fireside chat" on Thursday morning with Julián Castro, the secretary of the U.S. Show More Summary
A top-down engineering solution can’t defeat internet bile; fighting hate requires systematic behavioral change.