The co-founder of Google – Sergey Brin
Sergey Brin immigrated to America when he was six years of age. He was born on the 21st of august, 1973. The world’s most prominent Internet Company characterized by its popular search engine and online advertising technology is better known as Google Inc. Brin is a Russian-American computer scientist who also happens to be the co-founder on this multi-billionaire company.
He acquired his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland and is a double major in computer science. After completing his graduation, he shifted to Stanford to do his Ph. D in computers and came across Larry Page. A superior search engine was born when these two came together, and Brin’s data mining technique was effectively used. This program became very popular in Stanford, and Larry and Brin rented a garage and began this mission of the launch of Google. The motto of Google is “Don’t be evil” and its objective is to make information across the world “universally accessible and useful”. Brin was even referred as the “Enlightened Man” in The Economist magazine.
Sergey was born in Moscow to a mathematics professor Michael Brin and his mother was a research scientist at the University of Maryland. His father dreamt of becoming an astronomer but the Communist Party in Russia debarred Jews from holding top positions. Thus, the family was rather compelled to immigrate to the USA.