European Zeitgeist 2010: Google event in London featured Nobel laureate 'Archbishop Desmond Tutu' and Sir Tim Berners-Lee of World Wide Web and more

Google hosted fifth annual Zeitgeist Europe 2010, over 400 of the most influential business leaders and key visionaries from across Europe, came together to share their perspectives on technological innovation at the event in London. They sought to answer: What have we learnt? How are we changing? Where are we heading?.Host of speakers including: "Nobel […]

Google hosted fifth annual Zeitgeist Europe 2010, over 400 of the most influential business leaders and key visionaries from across Europe, came together to share their perspectives on technological innovation at the event in London. They sought to answer: What have we learnt? How are we changing? Where are we heading?.

Host of speakers including: "Nobel prize winners: 'Archbishop Desmond Tutu on ethics in business. Economist Daniel Kahneman on secret to a happy life. And Chemist Kary Mullis on how to send a frog two miles into space! Beyond Nobel laureates, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of World Wide Web on data privacy, IPL's Lalit Modi and BP's Carl-Henric Svanberg discussed scandals & controversies. Mayor of London, Boris Johnson talked on history of technology in our capital. And of course, Eric and Larry engaged all with their own perspectives from Google," writes Google

Zeitgeist Europe 2010 YouTube channel

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