Mumbai, April 11
Singularity University (SU) successfully completed the second edition of its flagship Summit at the JW Marriott Sahar in Mumbai today. The two-day Summit, hosted in association with INK and in collaboration with Deloitte, brought together top thinkers, global business leaders, and organizations. During the Summit, thought leaders and professionals shared their insights on the big trends and technologies that are reshaping industries, governance, health, and society. The second day of the event also saw attendees participating in deep-dive sessions that focused on artificial intelligence, biotechnology, exponential finance, and design thinking.
“We are proud to renew our association with INK to bring together exponential leaders and game-changers who are driving innovation,” said Rob Nail, CEO and Associate Founder of Singularity University. “There is a seismic shift in the way technology is turning into an enabler in our times. It is entrenching itself deeply into every aspect of our lives. India, with its diverse human capital and affinity for innovation, presents a unique opportunity to explore solutions that will fuel social innovation and impact.”
INK has been a pioneering driver of innovation, with its unique platform that encourages ideas and inspiration. INK speakers and Fellows delivered insightful, contextual talks and also entertained the audience with some beautiful musical performances. Speaking about the Summit, Lakshmi Pratury, Founder and CEO of INK and Director of the SingularityU India Summit, said, “The ability to amalgamate technology and people to build on existing innovations is the core of exponential innovation. We are delighted to be associated with the SingularityU Summit for the second consecutive year.
Exponential technology innovations are rapidly moving across boundaries and India stands to make a critical contribution to this transformation. INK is proud to have been able to bring Singularity University’s thinking and speakers to India to start this conversation.”
Mumbai, April 11