EXCLUSIVE: Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan says Brain Research will be the next big thing
Business Insider recently caught up with the feisty 61-year-old to find out which area of
This man has an interesting history. Kris left
“I made sure that I was busy when I left the company board. I decided to indulge into four interest areas; Education, Research,
Ask him now, and he feels that he has over committed. All the areas he has chosen require a lot of his attention, he feels.
Back in 2014 when he was ready to set out on his own journey, he identified one area which definitely needed his focus more because it would define our future and its
He also initiated a
Going strong in what he aims to achieve, Kris says he wants to “create a world-class institution in India for Brain Research” by first facilitating research and then commercializing it “to create products that have the potential to create real difference”.
He signs off by saying - “There are two ways achieve what I have set out for; either you can collaborate with the best minds in the world in this field or you can make sure that the Indian capabilities get the best international exposure which they can implement back home.”
This man is the right example for entrepreneurs looking to make it big.
He believes that doing your homework is important, especially for fields like Artificial Intelligence, Stem Cell Research,Crypto currency, Data mining, Autonomous technology, Cognitive intelligence and more. Basically, fields which are hot topics for now and for the future.
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