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Satya Nadella at India Today Conclave Next 2017 on how tech will change our world

The Microsoft CEO stressed on the need to use AI, Machine Learning and Quantum Computing to empower lives.

Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, started the last day of his India visit by addressing a gathering of industry experts and academics at the first edition of the India Today Conclave Next 2017. Nadella delivered the keynote address at the conclave where he outlined his views on the impact of some of the biggest technology trends on our future. 

Nadella, who is on a trip to promote his book, Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft’s Soul and Imagine a Better spoke about how India faces an immense opportunity to use the advancements in technology that will not only help spur growth but also shape the future of the world.

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