India to host the 1st edition of Global IndiaAI 2023 in October5 months ago Rituka M
With the boom of Artificial Intelligence, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is under plans to host the first edition of Global IndiaAI 2023 in October this year. This was announced through an official statement on 30th August.
The Global IndiaAI 2023 conference will cover a wide spectrum of topics; including Next Generation Learning and Foundational AI models; AI applications in healthcare, governance, and next-gen electric vehicles; future AI research trends, AI computing systems, investment opportunities, and nurturing AI talent.
With participation from leading AI players, researchers, startups, and investors in India and worldwide, this global event is set to evolve and become a must-attend event on the annual calendar of the Global AI industry.
In the statement, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Electronics and IT says; “The Global IndiaAI 2023 conference is tentatively scheduled for October 14 and 15 and it will bring together the best and brightest in AI from India and around the world.” Adding he says, “What makes India so attractive for AI is our diversity. Additionally, this will be an addition to the quality of data sets for any large language model or any AI learning model. What we want is that AI should be responsible so that user harm is restrained and innovation is encouraged.”
Chandrasekhar chairs the conference’s steering committee which deals with the task of shaping the contours of the Global IndiaAI 2023. It draws members from MeitY’s Digital Economy Advisory group and other prominent leaders in the field of AI. The groups have presented a framework for the IndiaAI initiative, which revolves around pillars such as AI in Governance; AI Computing and Systems; Data for AI, AI IP, and Innovation and Skilling in AI, according to the statement.
The success of the Semicon India conference has put India on the Semicon map, and investing in the development of AI technology is next. India needs to invest heavily in computing infrastructure to develop AI technology. Moreover, the potential outcome of the conference is to set up the groundwork for the AI ecosystem. The working groups will collaborate closely with industry, startups, and academia partners.