Google Founder Larry Page- We Should Be Optimists optimists

Larry Page has a message for anyone who doubts the future that Google and others are building: "We should be optimists."
During Google's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, a recent law school graduate who happens to own stock in the Internet giant confessed to having lost his "sense of imagination" and asked Google's CEO whether the company is pushing us toward a dystopian future.
Page responded by saying, "Any measure you make of the world, it's getting better: poverty, empowerment... everything is getting better in general, and by quite a bit. We should be optimists and be excited about all the things that we are building and contributing to the world because I think it's working."