The 3 top reasons why elearning will become ubiquitous
Recently, Google took note of a surprising trend among their own people. Teams across the company feature more talented members with little or no college education. These unconventional googlers demonstrate talent for independent learning and creative thinking.
Google’s echo chamber challenge
Turns out I/O 2013 was not a little mind blowing. Larry Page and co. put on a killer show, featuring flawless demos of the newly unified google platform. From social (google+) to local (maps), google will deliver an immersive experience through major design changes and deeply integrated machine learning. Whether the new direction represents a natural evolution, or, as Mashable sees it, evidence of google’s master plan, it’s clear that Google, the machine, is a lot smarter now. And it wants to get personal.
Google is uniquely qualified to deliver what is in effect an at-scale personal agent. Google Now was a mere morsel. The new google at our fingertips and eyeballs promises to empower nimble knowledge seekers everywhere and in real time.