August 4, 2020
Way back in 1993, Vishal Gupta was a young, extremely talented computer scientist, who actually created one of the first search engines, that used Artificial Intelligence. The only problem was that he didn’t know the potential of it, and walked away from his invention.
As you’ll hear, that missed opportunity awakened Vishal to the importance of having knowledge in more areas than just science and technology. He was inspired to learn more about business and people, and that “aha” moment has lead to an extremely successful career in IT. He’s now the Global CTO and SVP of Technology at Unisys.
Here is Vishal’s story
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