Dispatch, Ep 16: The problem with Google

Charles, Prince of Wales tries Google Glass on May 21, 2014 in Winnipeg, Canada.  – Chris Jackson/Getty Images Here’s the thing about Google. As a company made up of people who inevitably form a complex organism that takes on a personality derived from its leadership, mission and hiring choices, it does not get product. It gets technology —there’s zero question about that. The work Google is doing on machine learning, artificial intelligence, voice recognition, custom processing hardware that could kick-start the previously stalled Moore’s Law three generations into the future … these people are smart. But it has a tough time building products that are accessible, lovable, user-friendly and well, successful. For every Gmail, Chromecast and Chromebook, there’s a Nexus Q, a Pixel computer and a Google Glass, or a product that…

Link to Full Article: Dispatch, Ep 16: The problem with Google

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This