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Insights From Google Stockholders Meeting

Eric Schmidt wonders in a hundred years whether people will look back and "marvel that we allowed humans to drive cars." At Google's annual stockholder meeting this week, it became obvious that geolocation services and Google Maps make driverless cars possible, which is why the platform has become an important technology for the company. The new Google Maps will allow each person to have maps built for them that include friends' recommendations and places they have seen, complete with 3D modeling of places like Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome. Other insights also emerged, such as privacy concerns related to cameras and Google Glass, Google Voice becoming a key part of the way technology will evolve, and more.

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