India-born Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai shared some of his tech habits, including screen time for his kids, his password changes, and the number of mobile phones he uses.
It's always helpful to know the personal technology habits of the technologists who run big tech companies. India-born Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai shared some of his tech habits, including screen time for his kids, his password changes, and the number of mobile phones he uses.
Children on Youtube
In an interview with the BBC, on being asked if he allows his children to browse Youtube videos, Sundar Pichai responds in an affirmative. Pichai says the new generation needs to learn to adapt to technology as it's going to be a big part of their lives.
Asked about the policy on screen time for teenagers, Pichai responds that he has encouraged his children to develop boundaries on their own. "I approach it as a journey of personal responsibility," Sundar Pichai said.
When the interviewer asked about the side effects of technology on children, Pichai says, "throughout history, we have always been worried about the technology."
On being asked how often he changes his password, Pichai says that he doesn't change his passwords frequently. He further recommends users to adopt “two-factor authentication" when it comes to passwords to ensure multiple protections.