16 December 2018| Algebra
© Thinkworks Pvt Ltd – Kiran Karnik occupies an unusual position in public life because he has worked on both the practical and the policy aspects of technology for close to 4 decades. He worked at ISRO for 20 years, he has worked in communications technology, following which he went on to head Nasscom for six very crucial years. He has closely examined technology embedded in public life and has been a part of policy interventions by institutions such as UNESCO, RBI, and World Bank. In this conversation Karnik peers into the crystal ball and discusses what technological advancement means not only for our country and also our species.