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Courage The inside Story of an Innovators Breakthrough

Author Name: Nikhil Malhotra | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

This book is intended to be my autobiography, as I wanted to present the story that I have lived for the last 7 years. It has a lot of drama and emotions. 

Hi, I am Nikhil and I intend to take the reader through a journey of my life, my formative years, college and my corporate life, to provide an account of how scores of individuals and incidents have shaped me into what I am today. 

While I do explain courage and take it miles away from (or nearer to) the dictionary definition, I hope the reader acknowledges the efforts and the people that shaped me and my path.

It is a story of courage that every innovator needs to traverse the potholes of despair by providing a method to the madness.

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Nikhil Malhotra

Nikhil Malhotra is the Chief Innovation Officer and creator of Maker’s Lab, a unique thin-q-bator space within Tech Mahindra. With 20+ years of experience, Nikhil is also a World Economic Forum AI Fellow working on responsible AI and Quantum ethics. 

Nikhil has been a researcher all his life and is now leading the growth of AI, Robotics and Quantum Computing research within his organization. His area of personal research has been how quantum and neuroscience would inspire the growth of AI. He has won numerous awards including the 2020 Innovation Congress Award for the most innovative leader in India.

One of his visions is to enable machines to talk in the local Indian dialect. Nikhil is researching how the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit could sow the seed for the next computer revolution.

His hobbies include playing tennis, golf and reading books on quantum mechanics and biographies.

He holds a master’s degree in computing with a specialization in distributed computing from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne. Nikhil currently resides in Pune with his wife Shalini and sons Angad and Rudra.