Google Glass Creator Says “Fear-Based’ Testing Regimes Block Technology

By Jemima Kiss
Published September 5, 2013, in The Guardian

“The education system is based on a framework from the 17th and 18th century that says we should play for the first five years of life, then learn, then work, then rest and then die. I believe we should be able to do all those things all the time,” said Sebastian Thrun, who led the Google research lab responsible for self-driving cars and Google Glass. Read the story.