Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg
Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg

Baidu’s CEO calls for innovation partnerships on first trip to India, the next battleground for Chinese tech giants

  • India has 451 million internet users but only a 36 per cent penetration rate, according to Nielsen and the Internet and Mobile Association of India

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Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg
Rahul Namdev, left, teamed up with Pawan Gupta to create Betterhalf, an AI-powered matchmaking app that determines emotional, intellectual and social compatibility. While Chinese apps still dominate, Indian app developers are quickly catching up. Photo: Bloomberg
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