India-born Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, during his third trip to India, addressed an audience that comprised students, young achievers, developers and entrepreneurs at the company's 'Tech for Good, Ideas for India' event in New Delhi. The Microsoft CEO said that he wanted Microsoft to be a platform “that invokes the ingenuity of people” in the country.
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“Tech For Good, Ideas For India” event showcased Microsoft’s latest tools and capabilities for tech students, developers and entrepreneurs. Satya Nadella said cloud computing and virtual reality will drive technology in the future.
Nadella said Microsoft was trying to teach computers human language to make interacting with them easy using artificial intelligence. He also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad .