Co-inventor of USB is working on a project that targets Indian education sector
The man behind the
“India has broadly 22 languages, but you don’t get a keyboard with 22 languages. With this stylus the reach of computer education would increase dramatically in the country,” said
This stylus will work across systems, which means an
This stylus will be Intel’s revolutionising contribution to the
“India has the talent and the imagination required to invent. The issue is these guys need mentoring, investment and access to some global things that are happening in the ecosystem,” he said.
When asked if he has plans to come back to India and set up a startup, he said, “I have been doing this for 36 years. I have a tonne of fun creating very high end technologies. If I had wanted to begin a startup, I needed to have done that 25 years ago.”
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