Technology and Democracy

Google’s executive chairman discusses a variety of issues including its relationship to China, the value of the Internet in our lives, where technology is headed in the future. Schmidt also confronts the limits of technology and whether or not the Web is enabling a confirmation bias.

Festival: 2012

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