Narendra Modi meets Mr. Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, discussed about the prospect of AI in India, while the latter appreciates India’s efforts and the youth

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India met the CEO of NVIDIA, Mr. Jensen Huang. The Prime Minister took to the social media platform X and updated about his meeting with Jensen Huang. He expressed in his X post that both of them discussed the potential of Artificial Intelligence that India can offer to the world.

Modi further stated in his post that Mr. Jensen Huang appreciated the strides that India has achieved in the AI sector. According to Modi’s post, Mr. Huang was highly appreciative of India’s talented youth.

The meeting is reflective of future possibilities of technological developments and advancements in the nation. With the ever-growing prospect of AI across the globe, India too is slowly and stealthily riding the wave of AI. As we start imbibing more of AI into the functioning of the human world, India as a nation too will have to collaborate with and invest in influential figures in this domain.

These collaborations will then further lead to global technological advancements and development.

NVIDIA Corporation is an American company that has highly contributed to the tech industry across the globe. From Artificial Intelligence hardware and software to fast graphics processing units (GPUs), NIDIA Corporation has offered a lot to the world of technology.

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