Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt continues to make headlines. In fact, though he handed the CEO reins to Larry Page in 2011, he may still grab more headlines than page thanks to things like his imaginative speeches (like the one where he talked about replacing himself with a robot at parties) and a recent trip to North Korea.
His latest speech took place at Cambridge, and is his latest look at the future. Business Insider referred to Schmidt's vision as "a chilling drone-filled future."
The speech is about 45-minutes long, so if you have some time to spend, and want to have your mind blown by one of the most powerful executives of one of the most powerful companies in the world, hit the play button. By the way, he also talks a little about North Korea again and about Genghis Khan.