New Delhi: The remaining day of RAISE 2020–‘ResponsibleAI for Social Empowerment 2020’summit witnessed dialogue on themes like leveraging AI for pandemic preparedness, position of AI in fostering collaboration and innovation, and measures to create clever knowledge repositories that may catalyze innovation utilizing AI.
The first session of the day handled the subject of leveraging AI for pandemic preparedness. Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, Chairman & ED, Narayana Hospitals mentioned AI-based software program instruments might assist elevate the efforts of healthcare professionals and permit them to take care of the pandemic higher. “For healthcare to be affordable and safer, pen and paper need to be replaced by mobile devices in the hands of doctors, nurses and medical technicians. Hospitals must begin collaborating with startups in the telemetric and robotics fields to be ready to face future pandemics.”
In the identical session, Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, CIO, Apollo Hospitals mentioned the hospitals want to point out urgency in adopting AI-based software program instruments. “Hospitals must act fast in adopting AI, catch the right data at the right time, build capacities with the right resources and build, deploy sustainable AI-driven tech solutions across practices,” he mentioned.
Dr. Harpreet Singh, Scientist and Head – Division of Biomedical Informatics, ICMR mentioned the nation’s apex medical physique is utilizing AI-based instruments to shortly scale up COVID-19 testing in India. AI can also be getting used to foretell mortality fee with excessive accuracy.
The day witnessed two classes showcasing initiatives by the governments of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to advertise using AI in governance. Mr. R.B. Udhayakumar, IT Minister, Government Tamil Nadu and Mr. Sathyanarayana B.V., Deputy Head, Karnataka Startup Cell delivered keynote addresses at these classes.
Mr. Henri Verdier, the French Ambassador for Digital Affairs and Dr. Natalia Jimenez Lozano, Atos Director of HPC, AI and Quantum Life Sciences Center of Excellence, Cambridge, UK delivered keynote addresses at a session on AI governance and Institutional Mechanism for Collaboration and innovation. They talked about the necessity to construct sturdy institutional mechanisms to encourage continued collaboration on AI between nations.
“The current crisis has highlighted how important AI is in helping countries fight the pandemic. Governments, civil societies and corporations must increase collaboration in AI to maximize benefits to the society. This is of paramount importance. Transparency, accountability and protection of privacy are key to building reliable AI frameworks,” he mentioned.
This session was adopted by country-level shows on developments in AI by consultants from India, Japan, Singapore and Slovenia.
Ms. Elaine Tan, Advisor, Office of the Chief Economist and DG, ADB, Dr. Gaurav Aggarwal from Google Research, Mr. Prakash Kumar, CEO, GSTN, and Professor Ivan Oseledets from the Center for Computational and Data-intensive Science and Engineering, Skoltech then participated in a dialogue on methods through which nations can harness knowledge to create clever knowledge repositories that may cradle innovation in AI.
One of the highlights of the day was a session on constructing consent mechanisms round client knowledge in rising economies, which was headlined by Mr. Kris Gopalakrishnan, Co-founder, Infosys, and Chairman, Axilor Ventures. Mr. Gopalakrishnan underscored the criticality of putting in robust consent frameworks round customers’ knowledge so innovation in AI can really bloom. “There are marked differences between data consent mechanisms in emerged economies and in ones emerging. India is on par with developed economies when it comes to data consent mechanisms. India now has the opportunity to become one of the first countries to put in place a simple, comprehensive framework for its data economy,” he mentioned.
The day had two fireplace chats. The first fireplace chat, between Ms. Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM and Mr. Nigel Wilson, Founding Partner at Awaken AI, was hosted by Shri Abhishek Singh, President and CEO, NeGD and CEO, MyGov. It centered on the significance of making a tradition that encourages innovation in AI and empowers innovators.
The second fireplace chat was between Mr. VivekWadhwa, Fellow and Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon’s School of Engineering and Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, who deliberated upon the affect of AI on the Future of Entrepreneurship.
A session on charting a roadmap for AI in India was hosted by Mr. Sakal Bhatt, Consulting Editor, DD News. The session was attended by Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, Mr. Ajay Sawhney, Secretary, Ministry of Electronics & IT, and Professor Mausam, Department od Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Delhi.
The day’s night classes featured power-packed audio system like Dr. ShashankOjha, Digital Development Global Practice at The World Bank, Mr. Tim Bradley, GM, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Australia, Mr. Eric Badique, Advisor for AI, European Commission and Dr. Amina Sambo Magaji, National Coordinator, NITDA, Nigeria.
RAISE 2020 is being organized between October 5 and 9.More than 79,000 stakeholders from academia, the analysis business and authorities representatives from 147 nations have participated within the summit.
India scaled up efforts to combine synthetic intelligence throughout sectors. India’s technological prowess and the richness of its knowledge will assist the nation grow to be the AI laboratory of the world, delivering cutting-edge technological options. The RAISE 2020 Summit (http://raise2020.indiaai.gov.in/) serves as a platform for dialogue and consensus constructing to assist create a data-rich atmosphere, which can assist develop AI for the worldwide neighborhood.