TED 2013: Sergey Brin talks Google Glass
There’s no doubt about what a ultimate appendage was this week during TED 2013 in Long Beach:
In discussion hotels, parties and during a discussion itself, pointless people could be speckled wearing a ultimate must-have-but-incredibly-scarce gadget.
On Wednesday, Google’s Sergey Brin took to a theatre during TED 2013 wearing his camber to plead his, ahem, prophesy for Google Glass. His coming came on the day when applications were due in a contest to win a right to buy one of a $1,500 devices.
TED expelled central photos from a session. According to a TED blog, Brin said:
“When we started Google 15 years ago, my prophesy was that information would come to we as we need it. You wouldn’t have to hunt query during all.”
But, he argued, a smartphone is antisocial, since we demeanour divided from people. From a TED blog: “Is this a approach you’re meant to correlate with other people? It’s kind of emasculating. Is this what you’re meant to do with your body?”
Naturally, TEDsters common their astonishment on Twitter:
“It’s a small freaky during first, though we get used to it” – Sergey Brin on wearing Google Glass protracted existence eyeglasses #TED2013
— Jun Cohen (@junecohen) February 27, 2013
Sergey Brin: When we started Google, we didn’t wish hunt queries; we wanted information to come directly to you. This does that. #TED2013
— Chip Cutter(@ChipCutter) February 27, 2013