Speed of dreams

Speed of dreams

Astro Teller (yes, that is his real name) shares how Google bets big on the next world-changing technology that could impact billions of people. Instead of focusing on what's doable today, we look ahead to what will be useful tomorrow from self-driving cars to ultra-accurate GPS.

Read more about our big bets for the future in Think Quarterly

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