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Innovation at Google: the physics of data

An interesting talk by Marissa Mayer on Innovation at Google: the physics of data. She argues that three key changes exist around data: speed, scale, and sensors (new means of collecting data). Around the 30 minute mark she nicely sums up Google philosophy: find innovation weak points (areas where technology has advanced, but hasn’t been applied to “real world” problems) and exploit opportunities to improve the end-users experience.