Radha Radhakrishnan speaks to B.G. Mahesh on why regional languages are going to be the game changer in the digital space.

Two years ago, Google had introduced voice search in nine Indian languages on Google Assistant. Today, Hindi is the second most used assistant language globally after English we know the language diversity in our country. But what role can Indian language play online. Has Indian language finally found its voice online? In this episode B G Mahesh – pioneer of digital technologies in Indian languages answers all these questions. He also shares his insights on key issues such as Indian language technology itself has moved online, I mean, whether it is by way of search, for example, or whether it is by way of translation or now the voice-based services, how much has it changed?

The innovation will actually come in the Indian language according to me.

B G Mahesh

SKIP TO: 00:19 Skip the Mrigashira intro.

SKIP TO: 02:16 Skip the guest intro.

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