new Delhi. Prime Minister Modi today discussed in detail several important topics related to the economy with IBM CEO Arvind Krishna. These conversations took place through video conferencing. The Prime Minister said that the company's presence and relationship in the country is strong with around 1 lakh employees in IBM's offices located in 20 cities of the country.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister said that due to the Corona crisis, the way of doing business is changing and companies are implementing work from home culture at a very fast pace, along with the government, from the approvals to the rules, the infrastructure for connectivity Is constantly taking steps for the development of the state so that these changes in functioning can be done in a much better way. At the same time, the Prime Minister also talked to the IBM chief about the technologies and challenges associated with 75 percent of the employees working from home.
The Prime Minister praised IBM for introducing AI courses in 200 schools in India. He said that the Government of India wants the children to get information about AI, machine learning etc. from a small class. The IBM chief said that technology and data for children should be studied in the same way as other subjects. They should be taught with dedication and it should start soon.
Prime Minister Modi said that this time is a great time to invest in India. He said that India is welcoming investment in the field of technology and also giving necessary help to investors. He said that at the moment when there is a recession in the world, there is a boost in foreign investment in India. While the IBM CEO had information about the Prime Minister's investment in India by the company, he expressed his confidence in the vision of a self-reliant India.
This post was published on July 21, 2020 2:50 am
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