KnowledgeTransfer@CarnegieIndia is an initiative that aims to provide a platform to facilitate the genuine exchange of ideas and knowledge among students, practitioners, subject-matter experts, and other interested audiences.
On October 26, we hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'Future of Technology Education' to discuss and reimagine the relationship between technological innovation and human societies.
On October 12, we hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'Humans and Robots: Past, Present, and Future'. The event assessed the cultural and technological impact of robots on human society.
On September 28, we hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'Digital Technologies and Precision Health', with Genya V. Dana and Vijay Chandru.
We hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'CBDCs: Redesigning Digital Futures', on September 14. The event aimed to answer questions such as, what exactly are CBDCs? How do they work? How will they be regulated?
Join us for the second Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series workshop as we host Ananthanarayanan S. and Priyadarshini D. This event will answer questions such as, what is AI? What are its possible applications? And what changes do we need to see to spur the development of AI forward?
We hosted our first-ever 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop on August 17, 2021, 'What is Data?', discussing concerns around data ownership, access, protection and regulation.
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