One of the very popular economists and tech analyst claimed that in future Google-the leading search engine of the entire world is going to disappear from the world of internet.
Geroge Gilder in his book entitled “Life after Google: the fall of big data and the rise of Blockchain” stated that Google would no longer stay in future. Gilder is a co-founder of Discovery Institute.
According to him, one day the internet users will raise voice for the ownership of their data. On coming days internet users will be attracted to the blockchain.
The blockchain is not only about digital currency it is a kind of a platform where anything can be recorded by converting into digital form. The blockchain is one kind of digital ledger. According to Gilder, in the coming days, the internet users will demand more control over the privacy of their data. The new internet technology will threat the Google because users will ask for a right to the ownership of their data.
If this happens then the business of the internet will grow immensely. But it will not be as the earlier day of www. For example, an online news site can sell their stuff to users through micropayment; dependence on an advertisement will end by doing so.
Gilder in his book has claimed that Google is moving towards the end of its era. Especially security issue and advertisement strategy will shove the Google towards the end, added Glider.
Google has recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. On 1998 two youngsters Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded the Google while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University in California
Also read, 20 interesting facts about Google:
- Every day Sixteen percent of the searches that occur are ones that Google has never seen before.
- Google was initially called “Backrub.”
- In 1999, the founder of Google tried to sell it to Excite for just US$ 1 Million, Excite turned them down.
- When a Google employee dies, their spouses receive half pay from the company for ten years and their children US$ 1000 per month until they turn 19.
- The “I am feeling lucky” button costs Google US$ 110 Million per year, as it bypasses all ads.
- Google has found GPA’s and test scores to be “worthless as criteria for hiring” they have teams where 14% of their employees haven’t gone to college.
- If you search for “Askew” in Google, the content will tilt slightly to the right.
- The first Google doodle was dedicated to the burning man festival attended by Google founders in 1998.
- Google intends to scan all known existing one twenty-nine Million unique books before 2020.
- Google hired a camel to create a street view of the desert.
- Every minute, 2 million searches are performed in Google.
- Microsoft pays you to use Bing instead of Google.
- Google earns more than US$ 20 billion a year from advertising, more than prime time revenue of CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox Combined.
- Because Gmail first launched on April 1stof, 2004, many people thought it was an April fool’s day prank.
- Firefox web browser’s lead developer is now working for Google Chrome.
- Google’s first computer storage was made from Lego.
- On April fool’s day of 2007, Google sent an e-mail out to its employees warning that a python was loose in the facilities. It wasn’t a joke.
- Google first tweet ever was “I am feeling lucky” written in binary code.
- Google is developing a computer so smart it can program itself.
- Google beats Facebook: it is the world’s most visited site.