Google’s Peter Norvig Delivers Commencement Address to UC Berkeley School of Information Graduates
Google’s Director of Research, Dr. Peter Norvig, was the keynote speaker at yesterday’s (May 14, 2016) UC Berkeley School of Information commencement.
A video of the approx 7.5 minute speech is embedded below.
Norvig received his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 1986 and the distinguished alumni award in 2006.
The speech is titled, “You Can Always Get What You Want — But Not What You Need.”
From the Speech:
Google CEO Sundar Pichai in this year’s letter to the stockholders said over time the computer itself whatever its form factor will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day will move from mobile first to an AI first world.
That means for Google, a company that started out with the goal of making information universally accessible it’s now the doing with these systems that really matters.
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