CEO Satya Nadella was recently in Delhi, India, speaking at Microsoft's Tech for Good and Education showcase. This was an event that highlighted the impact created by technology in the areas of philanthropic work and education
During the event, Satya Nadella highlighted the importance of driving inclusivity and empowerment through technology and economic growth and asserted that Microsoft is "very committed to India"
The Microsoft CEO said there is tremendous momentum in cloud adoption, as he termed the cloud a "big game changer". Nadella, in his address, listed the cloud as an important driver in economic growth
Satya Nadella lauded the way in which India is building public infrastructure to support the digital revolution. He also mentioned that energy efficiency will be one of the key components that will help economic growth in the future
On the role of Artificial Intelligence, Nadella said that AI can empower frontline workers to do more knowledge work than they ever did
He added, “Every design task, whether it's software engineering, mechanical design, architecture, is going to be that much more productive going forward."
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has staged a street-food war in Mumbai. He asked ChatGPT to rank Mumbai’s street food
Over ten responses followed, with Vada Pav topping the list. Other snacks such as Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Dahi Puri, Chaat, Pani, Mumbai Sandwich followed
Satya Nadella met External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar during his visit and discussed several issues including governance and security in the digital domain
The Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft on Thursday lauded the Narendra Modi government for its "deep focus on sustainable and inclusive economic growth led by digital transformation”
Satya Nadella highlighted how employees at India’s largest bank State Bank of India embraced Microsoft Power Apps to their benefit. A blog pointed to the use of Digi Toolkit, which enables employees to fill customer details easily on their smartphones or PC
This is Satya Nadella’s first trip to India since February 2020. Recently, Alphabet Inc's Sundar Pichai also visited the country meeting many prominent entrepreneurs and leaders
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