Google for India Digitization Fund

Google CEO Sundar Pichai at the company’s sixth edition of Google for India event announced a ‘Google for India Digitization Fund’. Through this initiative, the company will invest ₹75,000 crore, or approximately $10 billion in the country in the next five to seven years. 
The investments will focus on four key areas. This includes providing information to all Indians in their own language, whether it’s Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil or any other.
Second, Google will focus on building products that are relevant to India’s unique needs.
Third, it will help empowering businesses for their digital transformation. Fourth, Google will focus on leveraging technology and AI for social good. This includes sectors such as health, education, and agriculture.
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Credit: Hindustan times

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