"In this competitive world, where you will be joining different companies, make AI your hobby. Take it in the form of a lively game," Dasgupta told the graduating students at the annual convocation of Globsyn Business School here.
Dasgupta, who had joined tech firm HCL at its infancy and seen the emergence of IT sector in India in the past three decades, said Globsyn is now looking at AI as an area of focus.
"Students can only expect greater dependence on Machine Learning, Data Analytics," he said.
Former CEO of Prasar Bharati Jawhar Sircar said it is surprising that even after doing MBA and engineering from top notch institutions and also getting into plum jobs, many young people still sit for the IAS examinations after a few years.
"One must deliberate what will satisfy you. Clarity has to be there," the retired IAS told the students of Globsyn, a private All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)-accredited B-School in the city.
Over 120 students from Globsyn Business School's Post Graduate Management Programmes were felicitated at the event.
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