Google is the most popular search engine in the world. Its CEO, Sundar Pichai, who was born in India, was on a visit to India. Pichai, who was born in Madurai, was given the Padma Bhushan in 2022 in the category of Trade and Industry. Google’s Country Head and Vice President for India, Sanjay Gupta, said that Google is using its advanced Machine Learning-based translation models and cross-language search technology to make search results pages in India bilingual.
Pichai’s Trip to India
On the first day of his trip, Sundar Pichai met with President Draupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He told Modi that he was looking forward to helping India’s G20 presidency “promote an open, connected internet that works for all.” He also went to an event with Ashwini Vaishnav, who is the Minister of Telecom and Information Technology. He talked about artificial intelligence and Google’s future plans.
Google plans to assist Indian Entrepreneurs
Google did not say what Sundar Pichai talked about in these meetings. But Pichai wrote in a blog post at the beginning of his trip that he would talk to the prime minister about things like helping small businesses and startups in India and Google’s investments in cyber security. He said that one-fourth of the $300 million set aside for these new companies would be put into startups that are led by women. He also said, “I’m here to see how our $10 billion, 10-year India Digitization Fund (IDF) is working and to talk about new ideas. At our Google for India event, we work to improve India’s digital future.
Sundar Pichai: “India will become a major export economy”
Pichai told the crowd at the “Google for India” event, that technology is changing the lives of people all over the world. At this time, it’s important to make rules that are fair and responsible. India will also have a lot of exports. It will be better if the internet is open and easy to connect to, and it will be important to find the right balance. He also said that Google is working with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras on a new center for Responsive AI that is a mix of different fields. This is part of Google’s big plan for AI around the world.
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