Dignitaries highlighted the rising prospects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and outlined how India may harness them for the longer term by understanding and controlling knowledge on the Golden Jubilee Discourse Series of the Department of Science and Technology (DST).
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) has a beginning, but no end and would evolve with time,” mentioned Secretary, Department of Science & Technology (DST) Prof Ashutosh Sharma at a chat on Artificial Intelligence & Future of Power which was collectively organised by National Council for Science & Technology Communication and Vigyan Prasar as a part of the Discourse Series.
Professor Sharma careworn on the necessity for proper understanding and management of information.
“India has traditionally never respected raw materials. Today data is the raw material, and we should respect it. It is necessary to have right understanding of data, sharing of data, and control of data,” he identified.
Prof Sharma mentioned that the longer term is about integration and conversion of applied sciences. DST has been interested by AI for the final 4 years and has set 25 completely different hubs in numerous areas throughout the nation below National Mission on Cyber Physics.
Rajiv Malhotra, Infinity Foundation, and writer of the guide ‘Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Power’ spoke on AI Universe, financial growth and jobs, international energy, and shift of energy and metaphysics.
He mentioned that AI goes to impression everybody and can disrupt every little thing. “It is going to impact society, job, military, future education system, and everything. The number of AI applications is infinite, and the future is going to be governed by AI,” he identified. He additionally added that India ought to tempo up its progress in AI and may use its knowledge and its brains to create its personal merchandise as a substitute if exporting them. This, he mentioned, would pave the best way in the direction of Atmanirbharata.