Technology is eating the world, and if you resist change, it will be painful: Nandan Nilekani

Pankaj Mishra May 23, 2016

Technology is eating the world. And there is no shying away from it. From banking services to transportation, everything is being disrupted. So how does one approach change? Or deal with it?

In a conversation with FactorDaily’s Pankaj Mishra, Nandan Nilekani, the co-founder of Infosys and Architect of Aadhaar, talks about what the coming disruptions mean for those working in these sectors, and how they can prepare better.

This is the first in a series of conversations called “SourceCode” with the most influential minds shaping the future of India.



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