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How GE HealthCare plans to build AI from India for the world

How GE HealthCare plans to build AI from India for the world

Dennis Gada at Infosys on how AI is changing core banking

Dennis Gada at Infosys on how AI is changing core banking

What Oorja's software mock-ups can do for EVs and beyond

What Oorja's software mock-ups can do for EVs and beyond

How Oorja can mock-up your next EV battery in the cloud

How Oorja can mock-up your next EV battery in the cloud

How Prosus built a 1000-strong AI network around the globe

How Prosus built a 1000-strong AI network around the globe

  • How Prosus built a 1000-strong AI network around the globe

    How Prosus built a 1000-strong AI network around the globe

    In this episode, Euro Beinat, global head, AI and data science at Prosus, and his colleague Paul Van Der Boor, senior director, data science, explain how they went about building a 1000-person AI ecosystem across the global technology investor's companies, around the globe. They also talk about Prosus's internal AI efforts and what they learnt, for example, when an AI assistant they'd developed and introduced in team environments resulted in user behaviour that surprised them

  • The Big Picture: Why GE HealthCare is betting big on make in India

    The Big Picture: Why GE HealthCare is betting big on make in India

    In this episode, Peter J Arduini, president and CEO of GE HealthCare Technologies, talks about his plan to expand R&D and manufacturing in India. GE HealthCare has committed to investing a billion dollars in expanding these capabilities via its local joint venture Wipro GE HealthCare — a partnership that's endured over more than three decades. Arduini also talks about how India is uniquely positioned to take ownership of more GE HealthCare product development because of its software prowess and growing applied AI capabilities

  • Why GE HealthCare is all in on make in India for the world

    Why GE HealthCare is all in on make in India for the world

    In this episode, Peter J Arduini, president and CEO of GE HealthCare Technologies, talks about his plan to expand R&D and manufacturing in India. GE HealthCare has committed to investing a billion dollars in expanding these capabilities via its local joint venture Wipro GE HealthCare — a partnership that's endured over more than three decades. Arduini also talks about how India is uniquely positioned to take ownership of more GE HealthCare product development because of its software prowess and growing applied AI capabilities

  • EcoPreneurs: Nimeet Dhokai's plan for a clean home and green Earth

    EcoPreneurs: Nimeet Dhokai's plan for a clean home and green Earth

    In this episode, Nimeet Dhokai, co-founder of Happi Planet Eco Products, talks about how he and his friend Mayank Gupta started their venture, determined to convert consumers to sustainable home care products. The two-year-old startup is backed by investors including 100X.VC and Fireside Ventures. Dhokai also talks about how he and Gupta found a successful combination of effective products and meeting consumers' perception of cleanliness, while sticking to their goal of producing genuinely sustainable cleaners

  • Nimeet Dhokai has a plan for a clean home and green Earth

    Nimeet Dhokai has a plan for a clean home and green Earth

    In this episode, Nimeet Dhokai, co-founder of Happi Planet Eco Products, talks about how he and his friend Mayank Gupta started their venture, determined to convert consumers to sustainable home care products. The two-year-old Mumbai startup is backed by investors including 100X.VC and Fireside Ventures. Dhokai also talks about how he and Gupta found a successful combination of effective products and meeting consumers' perception of cleanliness, while sticking to their goal of producing genuinely sustainable cleaners

  • AMD's AI push and what you should know about India

    AMD's AI push and what you should know about India

    In this episode, Jaya Jagadish, Country Head and Senior Vice President at AMD India, talks about why the company is very optimistic about the prospects of India's fledgling semiconductor ecosystem over the next decade. Jaya also talks about how, over the last 20 years, AMD India has become the company's biggest global R&D location at a time when the multinational chip maker is ramping up its efforts to produce processors specifically suited for artificial intelligence applications

  • Do you know why AMD has its biggest R&D Centre in India

    Do you know why AMD has its biggest R&D Centre in India

    In this episode, Jaya Jagadish, country head and senior vice president at AMD India, talks about why the company is very optimistic about the prospects of India's fledgling semiconductor ecosystem over the next decade. In this conversation, Jaya also talks about how, over the last 20 years, AMD India has become the company's biggest global R&D location at a time when the multinational chip maker is ramping up its efforts to produce processors focused on artificial intelligence

  • A Japanese torpedo, an Indian cyclotron and Jahnavi Phalkey's journey in science history

    A Japanese torpedo, an Indian cyclotron and Jahnavi Phalkey's journey in science history

    In this episode, Jahnavi Phalkey, founding director of the Science Gallery Bengaluru, talks about how she got to be a historian of science and technology. Phalkey, who recently won the Infosys Prize for 2023 in the humanities category, also talks about the interplay of various factors that have influenced scientific research in India, and her aspiration that the Science Gallery should become a welcoming space for young people to explore whatever fascinates them, be it math, gaming, or theatre, free of expectations

  • Jahnavi Phalkey, Infosys Prize winner, on her journey as a science historian

    Jahnavi Phalkey, Infosys Prize winner, on her journey as a science historian

    In this episode, Jahnavi Phalkey, founding director of the Science Gallery Bengaluru, talks about how she got to be a historian of science and technology. She also talks about the interplay of various factors that have influenced scientific research in India, and her aspiration that the Science Gallery should become a welcoming space for young people to explore whatever fascinates them, be it math, gaming, or theatre, free of expectations

  • EcoPreneurs: Annu Talreja on how Accacia is helping the real estate sector step up decarbonisation

    EcoPreneurs: Annu Talreja on how Accacia is helping the real estate sector step up decarbonisation

    In this episode, Annu Talreja, founder and CEO of Accacia, talks about how her company is helping the real estate sector accelerate their efforts to decarbonise their operations. Annu, an architect and urban planner by training, is building a software as a service platform at Accacia, her second venture, backed by marquee investors including Accel, B Capital, Blume Ventures and Rainmatter

  • Rafee Tarafdar at Infosys on how AI is changing the company from within

    Rafee Tarafdar at Infosys on how AI is changing the company from within

    Mohammed Rafee Tarafdar, Chief Technology Officer at Infosys, talks about how Infosys is now pushing to become an "AI first" company, after transforming itself into a "cloud-first" tech services provider over the last five years or so. He explains how AI is changing the organisation from within, even as it helps customers implement and benefit from AI applications