Utilizing technology to overcome language barriers, improving agricultural output, bridging healthcare service gaps, and revolutionizing digital economies were all discussed during the meeting between NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The second official meeting between Indian Prime Minister “Narendra Modi” and Nvidia CEO “Jensen Huang” took place at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg, the official residence of the Indian Prime Minister in New Delhi, India, to discuss India’s potential in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
“I had a great conversation with Nvidia’s CEO, Mr. Jensen Huang. In one of his most recent tweets, the Indian Prime Minister remarked, “We talked at length about the rich potential India offers in the world of AI.”
According to Nvidia’s statement, the company’s CEO recently met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, further cementing the strong relationship between the two companies.
The discussion was “at this second meeting between Modi and Huang, applications of AI and leveraging the nation’s talented youth were discussed,” they said.
In his remarks regarding the meeting, PM Modi claimed that Nvidia CEO Huang praised India for its progress in AI.
After their meeting, PM Modi and Huang had a casual supper with several scholars from top Indian research institutions. Researchers came from many various areas, including NLP, linguistics, physics, medicine, quantum computing, and astronomy.
A number of topics were discussed between researchers, PM Modi, and Huang, including the use of technology to increase communication, boost agricultural output, close healthcare service gaps, and change digital economies.
Since 2004, Nvidia has established four engineering development centers in the Indian cities of Gurugram, Hyderabad, Pune, and Bengaluru, and the business has more than 3,800 personnel working in India.