In sectors such as mobility, health care, energy, and agriculture, disruptive solutions are important, but even more important is the consumer need for multiple solutions and fair competition, and respect for privacy and security concerns.
India’s elevation as chair of a group designed to kick-start talks on lethal autonomous weapon systems gives it the unique opportunity to take a leadership role in global debates on the issue.
India must facilitate investments in artificial intelligence and be prepared to address the negative fallouts of the technological revolution.
Top innovators, regulators, and decisionmakers will come together to foster technological innovation and recommend policy measures to the benefit of all.
Modi’s technology-based solution in going after “black money” has a long historical precedent. Only through strong public-private partnerships in cities like Bengaluru will he succeed.
The fusion of the cyber and the physical is transforming the economic and security landscape in the world. Delhi must now begin to pay attention.
The influence of AI on the electoral processes may be significant, but it pales in comparison to its deep impact on the economic bases of modern politics.
While total jobs lost to automation are hard to quantify, it is clear that the elements for a complete transformation of the job market are fully in place.
If India is serious about becoming an economic power, it is imperative that it encourages the adoption of new technologies and creates an enabling environment for their development in the country.
Technology is evolving at a fast pace today and its promises and concerns keep shifting. There is a need to outline a path to think through technological change and to shed light on the values that technology regulation ought to promote in order to encourage innovation.