Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered a topic on innovation for India Microsoft at Tech for Good, Ideas for India' event at Delhi on Monday. The event was organised with young students, entrepreneurs and developers. Jayant Sinha (Minister of State for Finance) was also attended the event and welcomed the India-focused innovation that Nadella offered. The event was intended to stimulate young students, entrepreneurs and developers in India to innovate for the nation. Nadella said the visit to had inspired him, with quickly changing scenery of 'Digital India'. Nadella started his topic with a quote by the Indian poet Ghalib, 'Hazaaron khwahishen aisi ho ke har khwahish pe dam nikle, Bohat niklay mere armaan, lekin phir bhi kam nikle' says about the dreams that were worth dying for. One of these dreams was to use digital technology as a force for good.

Nadella also said about the numerous transformations technology has seen in recent and the numerous transformations it would continue to see as it became more human-centric, from conversation as a platform to perfect interval actuality and machine learning. Nadella also bring out the youth aim development initiatives that the company had undertaken in the recent past in India, such as  The Imagine Cup, Academia Accelerator and YouthSpark. Redmond Giant at the event also exhibit two new innovations that are applicable for India.

Nadella also said these are Spot Garbage a real time garbage management system that won the Imagine Cup and uses machine learning and vision techniques and Life Saver an application that was developed as part of the Academia Accelerator programme. Sensitive to the symptoms of a heart attack, Lifesaver is meant to detect and alert users and their contacts about an forthcoming heart attack.

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