In June, India along with Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, and others joined together to create the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) for responsible development and use of AI.
“We firmly believe that AI can help transform lives. India is developing AI-based solutions for social empowerment across spheres like healthcare, education, finance, agriculture, and governance. On the strength of its data and innovation prowess, India can become the AI laboratory of the world, delivering intuitive solutions to a wide range of societal issues,” Amitabh Kant, NITI Aayog CEO, said at the press conference.
RAISE 2020 will discuss vital topics such as data and AI-powered financial services, Atmanirbhar Bharat AI start-up pitch fest, education and awareness for responsible AI, leveraging AI for pandemic preparedness, the impact of data and AI in smart cities and mobility, the role of government in AI enablement, role of data for responsible AI, building a future-ready agricultural supply chain with AI will be discussed.
Rishad Premji, the chairperson of Wipro Limited, Brad Smith, the president of Microsoft Corporation, J Satyanarayana, the chief advisor at Centre for 4th Industrial Revolution (India Centre) at World Economic Forum, Rahul Panicker, the chief innovation officer at Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence, and Shameek Kundu, the chief data officer at Standard Chartered Bank, will also be speaking during the five-day summit.