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Google wants to be a company that ‘helps you get things done’

Listening to Google execs on-stage at its annual developer’s conference this week, there was a very clear and deliberate message: “Helpful, helpful, helpful. Google wants to be more helpful.”

The mantra was set into motion by Google CEO Sundar Pichai during his opening remarks on Tuesday. Google has evolved from “a company that helps you find answers to a company that helps you get things done” he declared.

And it makes sense. After years of collecting and organizing unearthly amounts of data, coupled with its more recent focus on artificial intelligence (AI), Google is now in a prime position to deliver products centered around action and making our lives easier.

For more see: Business Insider

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