Google CEO likes Bengaluru’s ‘Dosa’: Sundar Pichai said – ‘Chole Bhature’ in Delhi and ‘Pav Bhaji’ in Mumbai are my favourites.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently shared his favorite Indian foods and his thoughts on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in India. In a podcast with YouTuber Varun Maiya, Pichai talked about the impact of AI on the Indian job market and also gave advice to the country’s engineers. Talking about his favorite Indian foods, Sundar Pichai said, ‘When I am in Bengaluru, my favorite food is ‘Dosa’. Whereas if I am in Delhi, then Chole Bhature is my favorite food and if I am in Mumbai, Pav Bhaji is my favorite food. India’s ability to lead in AI innovation While discussing Artificial Intelligence, Pichai emphasized India’s role in the global AI scene. He believes that India has the potential to lead in AI innovation due to its strong engineering talent. India’s extraordinary base of developers, engineering talent Sundar Pichai said, ‘I think India is in a good position. This is the moment for India. India is an extraordinary base of developers and engineering talent. For them, understanding this trend and creating their own applications that are meaningful either to India or from India to the world are exciting possibilities. YouTuber Varun Maiya said that there will be tough competition for young Indians who aim to join top tech companies like Google. On this, Pichai stressed the need for deep understanding of technology rather than just superficial knowledge. Real success comes from understanding things deeply. Pichai said, ‘Real success comes from understanding things deeply. Giving the example of the Bollywood film ‘3 Idiots’, he further said, ‘Like there is a scene in this film, in which the professor asks Aamir Khan the definition of motor. There are two versions of its definition, the first version – where you define what a motor is and the second version – where you understand what a motor actually is. So I also look at it the same way. Pichai also said that an entire industry has been created in India, which is dedicated to helping youth prepare for FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google) interviews.

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