One of the richest men in the world, philanthropist, and co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates is presently in India. He has travelled to several locations, including Bhubaneswar. Bill Gates even had an amusing “Chai pe Charcha” with online phenomenon Dolly Chaiwala. During his visit to India, the global superstar also met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The two leaders had a productive conversation about a range of topics, including women-led development, artificial intelligence (AI), innovation in agriculture, health, and the environment, among other things. Both Bill Gates and Prime Minister Modi have posted about their experiences on social media.

Bill Gates and PM Modi spoke about AI and women-led development

As previously reported, a conversation between philanthropist Bill Gates and Prime Minister Narendra Modi focused on using artificial intelligence (AI) to advance public welfare. The leaders pledged their mutual support for industries with the potential to improve the environment and improve the lives of millions of people globally. The two also spoke on women-led development, or DPI. Co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates also emphasised the importance of taking the lessons from India and applying them globally.

“Meeting With PM Modi Is Always Inspiring,” Bill Gates Says in Special Message

Bill Gates posted a unique statement on the social media network “X” following his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi (previously known as Twitter). “Meeting with @narendramodi is always inspiring, and there was a lot to discuss,” he said. We discussed DPI, women-led development, AI for the public good, innovations in agriculture, health, and climate adaptation, as well as how the world might learn from India.

PM Modi again expressed his gratitude and appreciation for Bill Gates and their conversation in response to his post. PM Modi commented, “A wonderful meeting indeed!” in a tweet on the social media site “X” (previously known as Twitter). It is always a pleasure to talk about fields that will improve the world and provide millions of people more power worldwide.

During his visit to India, Bill Gates also had a meeting with the Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar, and they even swapped books. After arriving in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, on Tuesday, Bill Gates started his tour of the country.