Indian-origin MIT scholar makes a bold bid to become Twitter CEO and asks Elon Musk to choose him:- Ayyadurai’s tweet quickly attracted attention, with many users reacting in support of his candidature.
V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian-American who “invented email” at the age of 14, has expressed interest in taking over as CEO of Twitter after Elon Musk announced his resignation from the post.
Mumbai-born Ayyadurai, 59, applied for the role on Twitter. He holds four degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), including a Ph.D. in biological engineering.
“The CEO role at Twitter caught my attention. I have seven prosperous high-tech software enterprises and four MIT degrees. Please tell me how to apply” was the target of a tweet by Musk Ayyadurai.
Ayyadurai’s tweet attracted attention, with many users reacting to reactions ranging from encouraging to sarcastic.
In 1978, Ayyadurai developed computer software that he called “email”. It replicated all the functions of the Interoffice mail system: inbox, outbox, folders, memos, attachments, address book, etc.
He was formally acknowledged as the creator of email when the US government granted him the first copyright for an email in 1982.
After losing his election on whether or not to step down as Twitter CEO, a report earlier this week claimed Musk is actively looking for a replacement.
A staggering 57.5% of respondents to his survey indicated a desire to step down from his position as CEO of the microblogging network.
The billionaire then announced that he would step down as CEO of Twitter if he found someone “foolish enough to take the position”.
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