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Sundar Pichai’s inaugural address: ‘Be patient’

As the school year drew to a close, he focused on his distance learning virtual postgraduate program. YouTube featured a night stream of performances by President Obama’s Billy Ilish and Beyoncস্ক’s choice é the beautiful Pichai also took part in the opening speech and shared his tips for the next generation.

Alphabet and Google CEOs began recognizing the rarity of giving their backyard a “live audience-free audience,” giving YouTube a “deeper understanding” of what our creators are running.

At the seven-minute address, Pichai’s general feeling was “you’ll move on”:

You know you will be defeated, because you have done many more things before. One hundred years ago the class of 1920 was ended by a deadly epidemic. Fifty years later, the 1970 class graduated in the middle of the Vietnam War. And about 20 years ago, 2001 graduated from the classroom a few months before 9/11.

There are some notable examples of this. They had to overcome new challenges, and were defeated in all cases. The long history of Arak tells us that we have reason to be optimistic.

As he put it, “it is very common to reduce the chances of succession to each generation.”

In fact, they do not realize that the progress of the next generation will be based on the need for a new organization and to seize every opportunity.

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Pichai talked about technology and rapid innovation:

On the contrary, you grew up with computers of all shapes and sizes. It’s no wonder you have the ability to order anywhere on any computer when I’ve been working with it for the past decade. Okay, don’t make me feel bad, it gives me hope!

The second premise of his discourse – especially the goal of career pursuits in the technology industry – is to “have a lot of patience”.

This probably makes you frustrated and annoyed with things about technology.

Don’t miss the instability. It will create the next technology revolution and allow you to create things that my generation has never dreamed of.

My generation can be just as frustrated about climate change or my attitude towards education. Take care of it. It will create the progress that the world needs.

Finally, Pichai said he has a “deep passion” for technology – just as “the more my technology accesses my family, the more intense our lives become” – which he said he wanted to “bring his technology to as many people as possible.” He initially believed that this could be achieved by “helping to create better semiconductors.”

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However, he reached the standard with his MS Materials Science and Engineering in the Internet “is literally building around [itself]”.

It took me a while to realize that the Internet could be the best way to reach more people. As soon as I did this, I changed course and decided to follow my dreams on Google.

I was fascinated by creating the first browser, in 2009, I tried to launch Chrome and developed Google laptops and cheap phones, to raise students, to help you in any neighborhood or city, anywhere in the world made all access to the same information May have.

Pichai closed his opening speech with this message:

The only thing that came to me from here was not only luck, but also a passion for technology and open thinking.

Take the time to find things that move you more than anything else in the world. This is not the thing your parents want. Or the work that your friends do. Or what society expects from you.

I know you get a lot of advice today. So leave it to me:

Be open … be patient … be optimistic

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