Google to open cultural institute in Paris in September

Thursday 15 August 2013 | 15:24 CET | News
Google will open a physical space for its cultural institute in Paris in September, according to France-Presse agency. The space will not be a museum but a place of exchanges and of debates, Google French cultural institute's president Amit Sood told AFP. Google's cultural team in France was created in 2011 and is made up of 30 people. So far, nearly 300 institutions are now partners of Google's online platform Google Art Project. Laurent Gaveau, who so far managed new technology services at Chateau de Versailles, was recruited in June by Google and was put in charge of the new cultural

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google
Countries: France
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