ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE for India’s Transformation

19 March, 2019, Hotel Imperial, Janpath, New Delhi

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“New and emerging technologies like AI and Robotics will perhaps be the most important determinants of defensive and offensive capabilities for any defence force in the future. India, with its leadership in information technology domain, would strive to use this technology tilt to its advantage.”…”
-          Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India
India’s journey towards embracing technology for digital transformation has come a long way. The foundation to leapfrog with the new wave of emerging technologies has been well-laid in terms of flagship programmes such as Digital India, Make in India, Smart Cities, Jan Dhan Yojana, Startup India and Skill India. Every stakeholder group can be proud of the efforts and achievements around the creation of the world’s largest rural broadband network, largest direct benefit transfer system, largest digital identity system and the citizen engagement platform MyGov. These initiatives, coupled with the push to skilling and entrepreneurship, are providing the foundation for the infusion of the next wave of technology solutions around artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of things, etc.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is fast becoming the most significant technology of our era. With techniques like machine learning (ML), we can now build systems that are capable of improving their own performance by learning from data over time.
Over the past decade, as AI innovation picked up pace due to advancements in hardware and decreasing costs of computing resources, its application across sectors started gaining traction. Large technology players rapidly moved into the AI space and have redesigned existing products as well as engineered new ones so as to embed AI within them, with the aim of catering to the diverse requirements of industries. The commercial applications of AI are massive and Indian startups are beginning to identify them and tap into the market which till has been nascent.
ASSOCHAM believes that the National initiatives like Make in India, Skill India and Digital India will immensely benefit from the AI Technology. To promote the concept and to broadbase the usage of AI, ASSOCHAM has started the series its annual Summit in 2017. The 3rd in the Series in proposed on 19th March 2019 in New Delhi.
Through this Summit, we will try to examine the areas across private and public industries where the AI continuum (augmented, assisted and autonomous intelligence) could be applicable, as well as a robust AI policy framework that needs to touch upon the social, economic and ethical considerations of a well-governed society. These efforts will foster a balanced environment in India for innovation and leadership in AI.
We are pleased to inform you that Shri Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India has very kindly agreed to Inaugurate this timely and meaningful Conference.
On behalf of ASSOCHAM we take this opportunity to cordially invite a you to please register to attend this timely and meaningful Conference from 09:15 am. The delegate registration fees is Rs. 5,000/- per delegate. 
We look forward to your kind and early confirmation.
Thanking you with best regards,
Yours sincerely,
Varun Aggarwal
The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India
(ASSOCHAM) Corporate Office
5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi- 110021
Tel: 011-46550537, Mobile: 9910613815
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