“Especially in tech, we need revolutionary change, not incremental change.” Google CEO Larry Page, speaking at TED conference, per Business Insider, 3-21-14

“I’m just very worried that with Internet privacy, we’re doing the same thing we’re doing with medical records, we’re throwing out the baby with the bathwater. We’re not thinking about the tremendous good that can come from people sharing the right information with the right people in the right ways.” Google CEO Larry Page speaking at the TED conference 3-19-14; per Recode

Larry Page: "The more I learn about technology, the more I realize I don't know." #TED2014 — Rob Gregory (@RobGregory2) March 19, 2014

Larry Page: Wouldn’t it be amazing if everyone's medical records were available anonymously to research doctors. Would save 100K lives/yr. Brad Stone (@BradStone) March 19, 2014

Larry Page at #Ted2014: "It's tremendously disappointing that the government secretly did all this stuff and didn’t tell us." Brad Stone (@BradStone) March 19, 2014

“Think about the next language people need to learn: computer language.” Google’s Director of Ideas Jared Cohen; at SXSW, March 8, 2014, per Washington Post

“Robots are replacing repetitive human tasks. This is progress.” “It has a displacement component but eventually it makes us more productive society.” Google Chairman Eric Schmidt at SXSW, March 8, 2014, per Washington Post

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: "revolutions are going to be easier to start, but harder to finish." At SXSW per Network World, 3-10-14

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: "We are pretty sure the information that is inside of Google right now is safe from prying eyes, especially the government," Schmidt said. "We think your data is very safe." Per CNBC, 3-10-14

“I think it’s very obvious to all of us that crypto-currencies are inevitable,” he told the audience at SXSW, in conversation with Chairman Eric Schmidt, to promote their co-authored book, The New Digital Age, Per Techcrunch 3-8-14