My 93 year old uncle was a superstar Engineer in his heydays - he asked me today - can my phone help me and tell me when I should eat and how many calories!
Terrific to see @synup & @ashwin_ramesh hit a couple of new gears and accelerate their maturing as a company!https://twitter.com/shripati/status/1174700561540759559 …
How do you think the government can benefit from while benefiting the startup ecosystem? Especially the tech startups?
A few policies of being willing to pilot new solutions and not requiring multiple bidders, etc. at least for pilot projects can go a long way in helping young companies achieve early product market fit with the government.
For this to really succeed government has to find a mechanism to also procurement products and services from these younger companies - something that is virtually impossible today. China did this very well - and made the govt the hotbed of innovation.
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