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Sergey Brin is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur who along with Larry Page, co-founded Google in 1998. One of the most recognized names in the world, Google is one of the most profitable Internet companies. Together, Brin and Page own about 16 percent of the company, which in 2013, means their net worth at $22.8 billion a piece.
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We want Google to be the third half of your brain.
It's clear there's a lot of room for improvement, there's no inherent ceiling we're hitting up on.
Obviously everyone wants to be successful, but I want to be looked back on as being very innovative, very trusted and ethical and ultimately making a big difference in the world.
As for “Don’t be evil,” we have tried to define precisely what it means to be a force for good—always do the right, ethical thing. Ultimately, “Don’t be evil” seems the easiest way to summarize it.
Some say Google is God. Others say Google is Satan. But if they think Google is too powerful, remember that with search engines unlike other companies, all it takes is a single click to go to another search engine.
It's our obligation to use the law to the furthest possible means to protect our users' privacy. It's just a legal and ethical principle.
Too few people in computer science are aware of some of the informational challenges in biology and their implications for the world. We can store an incredible amount of data very cheaply.
I didn't think I would come to this conclusion -- but eventually I came to the conclusion that more information is better, even if it is not as full as we would like to see.
As Americans we do not recognize the jurisdiction of the Hague Tribunal. We only follow court orders from the Chinese judiciary.
It’s not enough not to be evil. We also actively try to be good.
We don't know exactly how it will work. Advertisers want greater access, better accountability.
We will intensify our efforts to build out our infrastructure overseas and to develop products that are tailored to individual markets.
Google actually relies on our users to help with our marketing. We have a very high percentage of our users who often tell others about our search engine.
We believed we could build a better search. We had a simple idea, that not all pages are created equal. Some are more important.
As we go forward, I hope we’re going to continue to use technology to make really big differences in how people live and work.
Targeted advertising is an important component.
When its too easy to get money, then you get a lot of noise mixed in with the real innovation and entrepreneurship. Tough times bring out the best parts of Silicon Valley.
People try new things all the time. By now, the people who succeed have to be very sophisticated.
Technology is an inherent democratizer. Because of the evolution of hardware and software, youre able to scale up almost anything. It means that in our lifetime everyone may have tools of equal power.
That's an issue dear to my heart, because I was born in the Soviet Union during the communist era.