New Delhi [India], Oct 22 (ANI): Former chief executive officer (CEO) of American tech giant Google, Eric Schmidt, on Monday said that he would love to see Indian built application being used in America.
"I would love to see Indian built applications being used in America. I would love to see an Indian built data system for the world. That would be the biggest win," Schmidt said during an event held here while talking about his expectations from the US-India relations.
Expressing optimism over the ties between the two countries, Schmidts said, "My aspiration is to see the connection between the US and India as seamless partners. There is definitely potential to achieve that in the next five-eight years. The question is how we will achieve it."
The event was also attended by the CEO of American multinational conglomerate Alphabet Inc., Larry Page.
"The tools needed to create a great economy already exist in India. There is abundant talent and good instincts to manage money. The key to a success story for India will lie in defining its contribution towards innovation for the future, for example in the field of Artificial Intelligence," Page said.
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