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Technology in India - From 'Job-Eating Machines' to Empowering the Poor

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/04/01/Infosys_and_India_Technology_Money_and_Politics Nandan Nilekani talks about how the role of technology has transformed in India. In the 1960s, computers were called "job-eating machines" but now Nilekani sees technology as a "positive force" which empowers the Indian poor. ----- Nandan Nilekani, co-chairman of Infosys, shares his perspectives on the Indian elections, the evolution of IT and the economy. - Los Angeles Public Library andan Nilekani is a software entrepreneur and the co-founder, Infosys. He is the author of, Imagining India: The Ideas of a Nation Renewed.
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