Google founder Larry Page takes the stage and talks about artificial intelligence and how the human brain compares to that of an operating system. Page never finished his Ph.D at Stanford because of the demands of launching Google. "We had to use all of our credit cards and our friends' credit cards and our parents' credit cards," Page has said of his early efforts starting Google, which has a current market cap in excess of $150 billion. Posted by Casey Kazan.
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