Elon Musk Responds To Pune-Based Engineer, Says Internships Helped Him
Every once in a while, Elon Musk is known to respond to his Twitter followers, especially when one of them tweets about him. So when Pune-based machine learning engineer Pranay Pathole tweeted that the tech tycoon learnt as a teenager that “you don't need huge infrastructure resources” to transfer money online, Musk responded to him with a news report on how internships helped him gain experience during his formative years. Pranay Pathole, an assistant systems engineer with Tata Consultancy Services, describes himself as a “sentient machine” on his Twitter profile.
On Tuesday, he tweeted that Elon Musk had "revolutionized the way we transfer money" and asked “crypto experts” to think about what the billionaire entrepreneur had achieved before passing “toxic and hateful” comments about him.
When @elonmusk was 18 he did an internship at Nova Scotia bank. It was over there where he realized that money is low bandwidth and you don't need huge infrastructure resources to online transfer money from one bank to another. This knowledge set him up on course to start X .com