Marketplace: Snow-capped idea volcanoes

“I want to stress the importance of being young and technical. Young people are just smarter. Why are most chess masters under 30?”

By SHLOMO MAITAL
November 22, 2018 22:10
Marketplace: Snow-capped idea volcanoes

Dr. Noam Gavriely. (photo credit: EDIT GAVRIELY)

 
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TO MARK Zuckerberg, Facebook founder: “Young people are just smarter!” This is what you, a brash 22-year-old wunderkind, said in 2007, at an event at Stanford University. It was just three years after you dropped out of Harvard, at age 19, to launch Facebook, on February 4, 2004.

To be fair, the full quote in context is: “I want to stress the importance of being young and technical. Young people are just smarter.

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