Sergey Brin is a computer scientist, internet entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He co-founded Google with Larry Page. He is, also, President of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc.
Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin was born in 1973 in Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union. In 1978, his parents decided to emigrate to the United States. The process was difficult, however, in 1979 they were granted their exit visas. In the United States, Sergey attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland. He then attended and later received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland. He went on to do graduate studies in computer science at Stanford University. He interned at Wolfram Research.
He had met and became friends with Larry Page at Stanford. They began working on computers together and began testing search engine designs on the Web. They shared their search page prototypes with Stanford users. In 1996, the initial Google site was made available to internet users. Work with and on Google continued.
Sergey’s philanthropy is on helping to solve the world’s energy and climate problems. In 2010, he and Larry Page invested in major offshore wind power development. They believe in automobiles with artificial intelligence that require less energy and invest in Tesla Motors. Sergey and Larry have been nominated for and received accolades. They have explored and invested in Space Travel as well. In 2012, Brin became involved with the research and development of the technology of Project Glass. He is, also, involved with lab-grown meat and kite-energy systems.
Sergey Brin was married from 2007 until 2015. He and his wife had a son and a daughter. Anne Wojcicki, his ex-wife, and he also run the Brin Wojcicki Foundation. In 2013, he had appeared, also, in in the film The Internship.
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