Greg Kumparak distributed the initial segment of his arranged four section EC-1 arrangement on Niantic yesterday, concentrating on the establishing story of the AR/gaming unicorn from Keyhole and Google Earth to a muddled spinout from Alphabet. Bunches of extraordinary pieces on how organizations get shaped and fabricated, however one I especially delighted in was this one:
Like most organizations, Google doesn’t care for when workers leave. Particularly representatives who ran key pieces of the organization for a considerable length of time. Leaving implies rivalry. Leaving implies potential open doors lost.
John [Hanke, CEO of Niantic] in the long run sat down with Larry Page to make sense of what it’d take to keep him inside Google. They discussed John’s enthusiasm for expanded reality. They discussed a book called Freedom™ by David Suarez, which revolves around a wild AI that taps a system of genuine agents to control the world (the soonest insights of Niantic’s first diversion, Ingress, officially sneaking in here years before it’s made.)
John needed to take his enthusiasm for AR and his experience in maps and gaming and pound them all up and see what it could resemble. Larry needed it to occur inside Google.
What I cherished is that Eliot Peper composed a piece for Extra Crunch only half a month back about the significance of theoretical fiction in the formation of new companies, and furthermore gave a guide on exactly what books he prescribes to locate your next start-up.
Expect Part 2 of the Niantic EC-1 to drop right on time one week from now as we complete a moving discharge.
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