Hopefully AI will be able to bridge the massive gap between the rich and the poor.
Subham Agarwala
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I think it will be relatively easy for India to be one of the leaders in AI (I’d be surprised if they weren’t in 10 or so years), because of their huge population with many programmers, their entrepreneurial spirit, their striving for excellence, and their history that helps to unite them. Look at the programming culture in India, the success of Indians outside of India in tech and a ton of other areas (Sundar Pichai of Google and Satya Nadella of Microsoft come to mind: already leading two of the companies at the pinnacle of AI), and the ancient history Indians are building from.

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