Murali Gopalakrishna heads up product management for autonomous machines and is the general manager for robotics at NVIDIA. He also leads the business development team that focuses on robots, drones, industrial IoT and enterprise collaboration products. Previously, Murali was the global head of platform and technology strategy, leading the CTO’s office at Sony Mobile Communications. He was responsible for products ranging from phones, tablets and wearables to IoT platforms. Gopalakrishna holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the National Institute of Engineering in India.
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