Alphabet, the parent company of Google, will be hosting a live streamed conference later today and hopes to make viewers record breakers. It is aiming to break the record for the largest audience for a live streamed conference.
Chairman of Alphabet Eric Schmidt will be interviewed from 4:10pm today. To get involved, all you have to do is visit live.bhere.tv/worldrecord/ to reserve your spot. Then you just have to show up on time to be a part of this world record attempt, and you'll be notified in advance of it starting, so you shouldn't have any excuse for being late.
Eric Schmidt was the chief executive of Google and now acts as chairman of the search giant's parent company. The 30-minute chat is almost guaranteed to be interesting and insightful; Schmidt is no stranger to making interesting and controversial statements.