From February 7 to 8, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella is expected to be in India where he may meet AI startups to discuss new opportunities with AI. Microsoft’s President, Puneet Chandok, reaffirmed its dedication to using technology to increase opportunities in India.
Microsoft’s Chairman and CEO will visit India from February 7 to 8 for his yearly tour and may meet AI companies to discuss new AI potential.
Microsoft announced, “Satya Nadella, Chairman and CEO, of Microsoft, will address India’s developer community and technologists on discovering new opportunities with AI.”
In an internal email a few weeks ago, Microsoft India and South Asia President Puneet Chandok underlined Microsoft’s commitment to using technology to create possibilities in the country.
Last June, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the US and met with Nadella, Sundar Pichai, and Tim Cook.
After that, Nadella’s office released a statement about his PM meeting.
“One important topic was the power of technology, particularly Artificial Intelligence, to help improve the lives of Indians,” Microsoft added.
“India is home to one of the most vibrant developer and start-up ecosystems in the world, and Microsoft remains deeply committed to the growth of Indian technology — that will impact both India and markets across the globe,” said.
Microsoft became the second business behind Apple to cross $3 trillion.
Microsoft topped $3 trillion in market valuation for the first time in 48 years. The company’s Nasdaq stock rose 1.5% to attain the milestone valuation.
About two years ago, Apple’s market cap was $3 trillion.
From February 7 to 8, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella may meet with AI entrepreneurs in India to discuss new AI potential. Puneet Chandok, Microsoft’s president, underlined Microsoft’s commitment to using technology to boost possibilities. Narendra Modi met with Alphabet, Google, and Apple executives last year. Microsoft supports Indian technological progress, which benefits India and the world. The corporation topped $3 trillion for the first time in 48 years.