Over the last ten years, the Internet has rapidly unleashed change on industries, entire economies, and the everyday lives of people around the globe. While this change has been mostly beneficial, it hasn’t been beneficial to all. However, the data in India tells a different story. India has demonstrated that digital technologies can be architected to be a force for inclusion. This talk by Nandan Nilekani, co-founder and non-executive chairman of the board, Infosys, and former chairperson, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), unpacks how India executed this by rethinking identity, payments, and data empowerment.
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