Google CEO Envisions a 'Serendipity Engine'

Wednesday Sep 29th 2010 by Staff

Eric Schmidt sees a future where computers help people remember things, keep them from getting lost, drive their cars and translate their phone conversations.

Wall Street Journal: Speaking at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, Google CEO Eric Schmidt described a future technology he calls a "serendipity engine." According to Schmidt, it will "make your life just work," by performing services like helping you remember things, find things, drive your car, etc.

For those who find this prospect frightening, Schmidt was quick to point out that the serendipity engine will require consent before sharing your information with others.

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