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  • Google wants people to manage their time better
  • Google wants people to manage their time better
    Drew Leavy (2011) ©

Google wants people to manage their time better

In a work-centric society, a full calendar is a more desirable status symbol than any material possession. In order to increase our productivity we need to reinvent the way we manage our time. With the acquisition of Timeful, Google introduces artificial intelligence to our personal schedules.



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