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Infosys eyes robotics, AI and driverless cars for next round


of growth
BY ECONOMICTIMES.COM | UPDATED: JUL 14, 2017, 11.03 AM IST Post a Comment

NEW DELHI: Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka may have given a glimpse of his firm's future
plans as it looks to score big on newer technologies to ramp up revenue.

Sikka arrived for the earnings briefing in a driverless car, completey developed by the
firm's engineering services in Mysuru. "Who says we can't build transformative
technologies," Sikka tweeted.

"The driverless car is kind of the technology we are strongly focussed on. If you go by our
numbers, about 10% of our revenue has come from new technoogies, services that did
not exist 2 years ago. These are high growth services and that's where our focus will be,"
Sikka said. The driverless golf cart, Sikka, added will
demonstrate the firm's capability to tap growing
global opportunities for autonomous and connected
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"The driverless car shows we can be at at the cutting edge of technologies," Sikka said,
Infosys
stressing on the firm's intent to go back on the growth mode by developing VR and
driverless car technology for some of its marquee clients like Toyota and Boeing.
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Vishal Sikka (@vsikka) July 14, 2017

The driverless golf cart, Sikka, added will demonstrate the firm's capability to tap growing global opportunities for autonomous and
connected vehicles.
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Sikka said the firm's attempt is to create a pool of thousands of engineers with capability to work on projects in artificial intelligence and
tap business opportunities.

Autonomous driving is something every automobile company will get into, and we are trying to build talent around this, Sikka said.

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