New Delhi, July 13
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Monday introduced an funding of Rs 75,000 crore in India over the following 5-7 years by means of ‘Google for India Digitisation Fund’.
Addressing Google for India occasion, Pichai asserted that the newest transfer is a mirrored image of the corporate’s confidence in way forward for India and its digital financial system.
“Today, I am excited to announce Google for India digitisation fund. Through this effort, we will invest Rs 75,000 crore or USD 10 billion in India over the next 5-7 years,” Pichai mentioned.
Investments will concentrate on 4 key areas of India’s digitisation, he mentioned.
This contains enabling inexpensive entry and knowledge to each Indian in their very own language, constructing new services and products related to India’s distinctive wants, empowering companies as they proceed to embark in digital transformation, and leveraging know-how and Artificial Intelligence for social good in areas like well being care, schooling and agriculture. PTI