Cientistas criam microrrobôs capazes de nadar em nossa corrente sanguínea

Cientistas criam microrrobôs capazes de nadar em nossa corrente sanguínea


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What Google really means by “Don’t be evil”

"The Google of famous mantra" Do not be evil "is not entirely what it seems." Those words do not come from a detractor of the company, but from Eric Schmidt, its chief executive, and Jonathan Rosenberg, an advisor to Larry Page, in his NEW BOOK , how Google WORKS .
From the BOOK:

Yes, it genuinely expresses a company value and aspiration that is deeply felt by EMPLOYEES. But “Don’t be evil” is mainly another way to empower EMPLOYEES… Googlers do regularly check their moral compass when making decisions.

Schmidt and Rosenberg cite the example of an engineer who, in a meeting in 2001, objected to a proposed change in the way Google’s advertising system WORKS by banging his fist on the table, yelling, “We can’t do that, it would be evil.” It is a nice anecdote, one that Schmidt clearly likes; he’s rolled it out before in an NPR interview and again at a Financial Times event in London. At that event, Schmidt also repeated the mantra that Google is “for users, not websites,” a line that has been bouncing around Google’s Europe’s policy pronouncementsfor at least four years.

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Espionagem dos EUA pode quebrar internet, alertam gigantes.

O presidente da Comissão de Controle do Google, Eric Schmidt, é visto em 8 de outubro de 2014, em San Francisco.

San Francisco - A espionagem cibernética praticada pelos Estados Unidos é uma ameaça grave que pode "quebrar a internet", alertou nesta quarta-feira o presidente da Comissão de Controle do Google, Eric Schmidt.
"O impacto é grave e piora", avaliou Schmidt, acrescentando que "o resultado mais simples é que
Schmidt deu essas declarações em um debate sobre as consequências para a indústria de tecnologia dos casos de vigilância eletrônica realizada pela Agência de Segurança Nacional (NSA, na sigla em inglês). O evento foi organizado pelo presidente da Comissão de Finanças do Senado americano, Ron Wyden.
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Billionaires Have It Worse Than You:

Billionaires have it worse than you and me.
If someone like Mark Zuckerberg (pictured above) tried coming up to you and saying that, how long would it be before you thought about your bills versus your income and then gave in to the urge to punch them in the face?
While it may sound farfetched to feel sorry for billionaires like Facebook’s Zuck or Google CEO’s Larry Page, the co-founder of venture capitalist company Y-Combinator  is suggesting that you reconsider.
Paul Graham, whose startup accelerator company is behind some of the biggest brands on the market today, recently made the case supporting the life of a rich guy and why you should save a little sympathy for them.