Google’s Innovations and What They Mean for You

Driverless cars might be a ways off, especially considering state and federal restrictions, but that’s not stopping Google from creating an innovative product. Google’s CEO, Sergey Brin, recently showcased the newest innovation from Google, driverless cars:

I’m certain that Google’s putting some emphasis on this project, especially since the technology can benefit a large number of people.

More importantly, Google uses its projects to show what’s available, lower costs, and to stretch the limits. For instance, Google’s making news with its recent announcements to place balloons in the air to carry wireless internet signals. Similarly, Google envisioned a world where cheap laptops changed the way students and businesses performed routine tasks. And then, Google accomplished the task with Chromebooks.

Google will continue to innovate and show what’s possible. What do you think about about Google’s innovations? Is Google one of the most innovative companies right now? Let me know in the comments.

Incidentally, if you’d like to discuss more of Google’s innovations, join me at the Association for Continuing Legal Education’s (ACLEA) 2015 mid-year meeting in San Diego, January 31 to February 3, 2015. I’m speaking on Google’s innovations.

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Jeff Taylor

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