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1. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google
A year ago he wager huge on Artificial Intelligence-which he proclaimed would be a progressively problematic innovation "than fire or electricity"- and situated Google to turn into the world's chief in AI, from self-driving vehicles to AI
Google and YouTube haven't been completely protected from the open outrage on web locales spreading counterfeit news. Google this year said it would no longer show indexed lists from locales that veiled their inception.
2. Satya Nadella, 50 CEO, Microsoft Corp
In the previous year he has accomplished more to resuscitate the resting tech monster than anybody suspected conceivable, including accomplishing a definitive crucial creation Microsoft cool once more
He has accomplished the exercise in careful control of making Windows 10 a triumph a year ago it crossed an astounding 700 million clients while likewise guaranteeing the organization is not, at this point dependent on its most popular item
He is making Microsoft a pioneer in a portion of the world's most current rising enterprises, from cloud-based administrations to Artificial Intelligence
3. Ajay Banga, 58, President and CEO, Mastercard
One of the world's greatest worldwide installments organizations has ridden the influx of computerized disturbance as well as become among the most creative online installment organizations, driving the charge towards a cashless society with new administrations, for example, Masterpass
He has developed as one of America's most powerful corporate voices, serving on previous US President Barack Obama's warning gathering and a year ago exhorting President Donald Trump at his tech CEOs summit
4. Ajit Pai, 45 Chairman, US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
He is the main Indian-American to head America's ground-breaking media controller, named by Donald Trump when the nation is annoyed by banters on counterfeit news, internet fairness and culture wars
5. Radhika Jones, 44, Editor-in-Chief, Vanity Fair
In November she took more than one of reporting's unbelievable occupations from one of the calling's most commended editors Graydon Carter. She is among a couple of Indian-source columnists in charge of an American media powerhouse.
By: Suvarna Gupta
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