According to Google CEO, these are two things that will revolutionize the future

Sundar Pichai, head of technology giant Google, has warned that internet freedom is under attack in some parts of the world.

According to him, some countries are blocking the flow of information and often taking the model of independence lightly.

In an interview with the BBC, Pichai also expressed his views on issues related to privacy, data and taxes.

Pichai claims that in the future, changes caused by artificial intelligence will be far more effective than fire, electricity or the Internet.

What about the Chinese Internet model?

Pichai was also questioned about the Chinese model of the Internet, which has high power in the hands of the government and is closely monitored. Answering the question, he said that free and open internet was being attacked without naming China.

He also said that none of Google’s major products and services are available in China.

Two things that will bring revolution

According to Google chief Pichai, in the next 25 years, two things will revolutionize the world: Artificial intelligence and Quantum computing.

Speaking about artificial intelligence, he said: “I see it as the best technology ever created by humans. The way you think about fire, electricity or the internet right now, it’s going to be the same. I think it’s even better.

Artificial intelligence systems are designed to work like humans, especially to solve a particular type of problem. Many such systems are still in operation.

Quantum computing is a completely different concept. Simple computing is based on the binary system of 0’s and 1’s. There is nothing in between, called bits.

Quantum computers are in cubits. This allows a substance to be in multiple states at the same time. It’s hard to understand but it can make a big difference in the world. However, according to technology experts, it may not work everywhere.

Pichai’s explanation of taxes

Google’s response to tax issues has been defensive. For many years, the company has been paying large sums of money to accountants and lawyers to meet its tax obligations legally. For example, in 2017, Google sent more than २० 20 billion to Bermuda through a Dutch shell company under its strategy called Double Iris, Dutch Sandwich.

According to Pichai, Google does not use such methods now and Google is now one of the largest taxpayers in the world. Google claims to have complied with tax laws in every country where it has a presence.

He said he was excited by the ongoing global debate on the corporate global minimum tax.

Google has paid up to 20 percent of its revenue in taxes over the past decade, Pichai said, adding that the amount is higher than most other companies, with most of the taxes paid in the United States.

Google is also investigating other major issues, such as data and privacy and search monopolies.

Talking about allegations of monopoly, Pichai states that Google is a free product and users can easily leave Google and go anywhere.

Remember, Facebook has already been making similar statements.

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