In an interview with the BBC, Pichai gave the answers the world was waiting to hear.
Google CEO and Indian Sundar Pichai have revealed when and how to change passwords and what he does about it. In an interview with the BBC, Pichai gave the answers the world was waiting to hear. When asked how often he changes his password, Pichai says he does not change his password regularly. He recommends that users adopt ‘two-factor authentication’ in the case of passwords to ensure multiple protections.
If so, how many phones does he use? Pichai admits usage of more than 20 phones at a time for various purposes. ‘I constantly change phones and try every new phone,’ says Pichai. When asked about children watching YouTube constantly, Pichai said kids need to be aware of the changing world and the technology of tomorrow. Technology can make a big difference, even in their behaviour.
Pichai also had a clear answer about artificial intelligence. ‘I see this as the deepest technology that develops and works for humanity. I think this is deeper than thinking about fire, electricity or the internet, ‘said Pichai.
His answer to the question of whether Pichai was actually Indian or American was simple. “I am an American citizen, but India is deep inside me,” said Pichai, 49, of his roots.