India’s National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence

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  • The Aayog said that the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence was aimed at leveraging AI for economic growth, social development, and inclusive growth, and also to make the country a model for emerging and developing economies.(More…)
  • The Paper is designed as an “essential pre-read? document, which will be followed by wider consultations before recommendations for the National Strategy are finalised.(More…)
  • The company, which is already a member of the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence including dozens of tech firms committed to AI principles, had faced criticism for the contract with the Pentagon on Project Maven, which uses machine learning and engineering talent to distinguish people and objects in drone videos.(More…)
  • In a ” national strategy for AI ?, prepared to give the country an edge in this area, Niti Aayog suggested ways to promote adoption of machine learning in key areas of the economy guided by rules on ethics, privacy and intellectual property protection that are to be evolved by new institutions.(More…)


  • “Technology disruptions like AI are once-in-a-generation phenomenon, and hence large-scale adoption strategies, especially national strategies, need to strike a balance between narrow definitions of financial impact and the greater good,” it said.(More…)
  • With intelligent machines enabling high-level cognitive processes like thinking, perceiving, learning, problem solving and decision making, coupled with advances in data collection and aggregation, analytics and computer processing power, AI presents opportunities to complement and supplement human intelligence and enrich the way people live and work.(More…)


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The Aayog said that the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence was aimed at leveraging AI for economic growth, social development, and inclusive growth, and also to make the country a model for emerging and developing economies. [1] Government think tank Niti Aayog plans to adopt artificial intelligence in healthcare, agriculture, education, infrastructure, and transportation as revealed in its discussion paper National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence, released on Monday. [1] With the objective of #AIforAll, NITI presents its discussion paper on National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence. [2]

Against such a backdrop, the NITI Aayog’s recently published working paper, National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence #AIforAll, presents a comprehensive AI vision for India. [3]

The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog), the think tank of the Indian government, and ABB India have signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) to support the Indian government realize its ambitious vision of “Make in India” through advanced manufacturing technologies that incorporate the latest developments in robotics and artificial intelligence. [4] The Paper narrows down the list of focus areas outlined in the previously released DIPP Report of the Artificial Intelligence Task Force, which had also included sectors like manufacturing, environment and national security. [5]

NITI Aayog has identified five sectors – healthcare, agriculture, education, smart cities and infrastructure and transportation – to focus its efforts towards implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) to serve societal needs. [6] Our artificial intelligence strategy is to help ensure that every data scientist, developer and practitioner has access to the best platform and easiest starting point to solve the AI problem being tackled from the data center to the edge. [7] As part of its Industrial Strategy unveiled last November, the government identified artificial intelligence (AI) as one of its four ‘Grand Challenges’ facing the UK. [8] Sony’s new chief executive has positioned data and artificial intelligence at the centre of its survival strategy, warning that the likes of Amazon and Google pose an existential threat to the Japanese technology and entertainment group. [8]

A paper titled “National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence?, said, “AI for All will aim at enhancing and empowering human capabilities to address the challenges of access, affordability, shortage and inconsistency of skilled expertise.” [9] Artificial intelligence (AI) has tremendous potential to benefit the American people, and has already demonstrated immense value in enhancing our national security and growing our economy. [10]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has enormous potential to shape India’s future. [11] NITI Aayog will work with ABB to prepare key sectors of the economy, such as the power and water utilities sector, industries like food as well as the heavy industries sector; and the transport (rail and metro) and infrastructure sectors for digitalization, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). [4] “We are excited to partner with NITI Aayog and develop ways for key areas of India’s economy to benefit from and implement the latest technologies in digitalization, artificial intelligence, robotics, and industrial automation. [4] Do You Trust This Computer? is a documentary dedicated to Stephen Hawking, who famously said, “The development of full Artificial Intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” [12] San Marcos student Amaris Gonzalez takes a selfie with “Pepper” an artificial Intelligence project utilising a humanoid robot. [5]

The Paper is designed as an “essential pre-read? document, which will be followed by wider consultations before recommendations for the National Strategy are finalised. [5]

As technology increasingly disrupts the nature of jobs and shifts the benchmarks of technological aptitude, skilling and reskilling of workforce forms an integral part of our approach to adopting artificial intelligence said the strategy paper. [13] The Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory operated by Stanford University will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to identify vulnerabilities in the grid, strengthen them in advance of failures, and restore power more quickly when failures occur. [14] The artificial intelligence system’s analysis of species type and count, as well as the animals’ behaviors, of camera trap images taken in Serengeti National Park. [15]

The company, which is already a member of the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence including dozens of tech firms committed to AI principles, had faced criticism for the contract with the Pentagon on Project Maven, which uses machine learning and engineering talent to distinguish people and objects in drone videos. [8] NEW DELHI: Artificial Intelligence (AI) should be leveraged to provide quality solutions at scale across education, health, agriculture, infrastructure and mobility in smart cities, said Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant. [9] Arnab Basu and Sudipta Ghosh, “Advance Artificial Intelligence for Growth: Leveraging AI and Robotics for India’s Economic Transformation,” PriceWaterhouseCoopers, April, 2018, p. 13. [16] Thanks to Artificial Intelligence! We are currently in the era where AI revolution is rewriting the power of technology. [8] Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become part of the business landscape. [8] Artificial Intelligence (AI), a branch of computer science dealing with the simulation of intelligent behaviour in computers, has shown significant technical advancement in some of the developed countries. [17] The Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science (SCS) has launched the first undergraduate degree in artificial intelligence (AI) in the United States. [8]

The report, AI in the UK: ready, willing and able?, concludes that the “UK is in a strong position to be among the world leaders in the development of artificial intelligence during the 21st century”. [8] Naveen Rao, vice president and general manager of the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel Corporation, opens Intel AI DevCon on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in San Francisco. [7]

Robotics development: A month after an informal summit between the leaders of India and China, the countries have launched joint projects in artificial intelligence and big data. [18] After Russia, China and U.S., India has decided to include Artificial Intelligence in its defence forces with an aim to enhance the operational preparedness of the armed forces. [17] India has ambitions to fire up its artificial intelligence capabilities — but experts say that it’s unlikely to catch up with the U.S. and China, which are fiercely competing to be the world leader in the field. [8] Nothing short of a concerted effort by the government, and the public and private sectors, will be enough if the UK is to be a world leader of artificial intelligence, argues Mike Rebeiro, head of digital and innovation at law firm Macfarlanes. [8] Today, the White House hosted the “Artificial Intelligence for American Industry” summit, an opportunity to discuss the promise of AI and the policies we will need to realize that promise for the American people and maintain U.S. leadership in the age of artificial intelligence. [10] Nvidia will partner with Uber and Volkswagen as the graphics chipmaker’s artificial intelligence platforms make further gains in the autonomous vehicle industry. [8] With Volkswagen, Nvidia said it was infusing its artificial intelligence technology into the German carmakers? future lineup, using Nvidia’s new Drive IX platform. [8] Prakash is the author of Next Geopolitics: The Future of World Affairs (Technology) Vols. 1 and 2, and of the forthcoming book, Go.AI (Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence). [18] We encounter artificial intelligence in our daily tasks when we use talk-to-text and photo tagging technology. [7] Software-defined radios like cognitive radio use artificial intelligence to employ underutilized portions of the electromagnetic spectrum without human intervention. [8] Google announced Thursday it would not use artificial intelligence for weapons or to “cause or directly facilitate injury to people,” as it unveiled a set of principles for these technologies. [8] One of his main strategies is to get more app developers to use artificial intelligence tools such as recognizing objects in front of an iPhone’s camera. [8] As collection of space data increases, NASA looks to cognitive radio, the infusion of artificial intelligence into space communications networks, to meet demand and increase efficiency. [8] Advances in artificial intelligence and data analytics are propelling innovation in many parts of the world. [16] By allowing machines to learn, reason, act and adapt in the real world, artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping businesses unlock deeper levels of knowledge and insights from massive amounts of data. [7] Bets that Nvidia will become a leader in chips for driverless cars, data centres and artificial intelligence have more than doubled its stock price in the past 12 months, making the Silicon Valley company the third-strongest performer in the S&P 500 during that time. [8] Several technology firms have already agreed to the general principles of using artificial intelligence for good, but Google appeared to offer a more precise set of standards. [8] The project to equip defence forces with Artificial Intelligence includes the representation from all defence forces and other stakeholders. [17] Artificial intelligence as we know it began as a vacation project. [8] The week before the publication of the Sector Deal, the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence report was also published. [8] As more countries invest in artificial intelligence, alliances between governments are starting to take shape. [18] “We want to work hard to more quickly diagnose our patients so we can begin treatment, and more quickly diagnosing requires artificial intelligence,” Kevin Mahoney, senior vice president and chief administrative officer for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, said. [8] Mr Pichai set out seven principles for Google’s application of artificial intelligence, or advanced computing that can simulate intelligent human behaviour. [8] Abishur Prakash is a geopolitical futurist focused on how new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, gene editing, virtual reality, and more, will transform geopolitics. [18] Chinese education start-up Liulishuo has developed what it calls the world’s first artificial intelligence English teacher. [8] Artificial intelligence can not only help improve how users interact with products, devices, and environments. [8] “But the amount of information that doctors are being told on a daily basis about new treatments, new evidence that’s out there, artificial intelligence is going to be required to help condense that down and bring it directly to the patient’s room so the doctor can intervene as effectively as possible.” [8] By integrating artificial intelligence and cognitive radios into our networks, we will increase the efficiency, autonomy and reliability of space communications systems.” [8] “By applying artificial intelligence and machine learning, satellites control these systems seamlessly, making real-time decisions without awaiting instruction.” [8] While we may be decades away from interacting with intelligent robots, artificial intelligence and machine learning has already found its way into our routines. [8] Machine learning is one example of artificial intelligence in practice. [8] “Who is Bram Stoker?” Those three words demonstrated the amazing potential of artificial intelligence. [8]

In an ambitious defence project, the government has started work on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the operational preparedness of the armed forces in a significant way that would include equipping them with unmanned tanks, vessels, aerial vehicles and robotic weaponry. [19] AI refers to computer systems that “can sense their environment, think, learn, and act in response to what they sense and their programmed objectives,” according to a World Economic Forum report, Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for the Earth. [14] Artificial Intelligence (AI) will offer even faster and deeper change. [20] Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to disrupt our world. [21] We have a new tool to help us better manage the impacts of climate change and protect the planet: artificial intelligence (AI). [14] This will help reap benefits of artificial intelligence use in areas such as health, farming, education, infrastructure and transportation. [13] Artificial intelligence systems can simulate potential zoning laws, building ordinances, and flood plains to help with urban planning and disaster preparedness. [14] Artificial intelligence can also help predict the spread of invasive species, follow marine litter, monitor ocean currents, keep track of dead zones and measure pollution levels. [14] As vehicles become able to communicate with each other and with the infrastructure, artificial intelligence will help drivers avoid hazards and traffic jams. [14] The U.S. has been carrying out successful operations targeting terrorist hideouts in Afghanistan and Northwest Pakistan using unmanned drones which operate with the help of artificial intelligence. [19] Artificial intelligence has been around since the late 1950s, but today, AI’s capacities are rapidly improving thanks to several factors: the vast amounts of data being collected by sensors (in appliances, vehicles, clothing, etc.), satellites and the Internet; the development of more powerful and faster computers; the availability of open source software and data; and the increase in abundant, cheap storage. [14] In the coming years, artificial intelligence will become increasingly pervasive, spurring massive innovation across the private and public sectors. [20] Uriarte says her work could not be done without artificial intelligence. [14] Now, scientists have discovered that artificial intelligence is as effective as human volunteers — and much faster — at identifying species in these largely untapped photo repositories. [15] Microsoft believes that artificial intelligence, often encompassing machine learning and deep learning, is a “game changer” for climate change and environmental issues. [14]

In a ” national strategy for AI ?, prepared to give the country an edge in this area, Niti Aayog suggested ways to promote adoption of machine learning in key areas of the economy guided by rules on ethics, privacy and intellectual property protection that are to be evolved by new institutions. [13] In pursuance of the above, NITI Aayog has adopted a three-pronged approach undertaking exploratory proof-of-concept AI projects in various areas, crafting a national strategy for building a vibrant AI ecosystem in India and collaborating with various experts and stakeholders. [21] Learnings from these projects, under various stages of implementation, as well as our engagement with some of the leading institutions and experts have given a better perspective to our task of crafting the national strategy for AI which is the focus of this discussion paper. [21]


“Technology disruptions like AI are once-in-a-generation phenomenon, and hence large-scale adoption strategies, especially national strategies, need to strike a balance between narrow definitions of financial impact and the greater good,” it said. [6] “The strategy should strive to leverage AI for economic growth, social development and inclusive growth, and finally as a ‘garage’ for emerging and developing economies,” it added. [6]

While every industry can potentially be disrupted by AI, I am glad that India’s AI strategy will focus on five sectors – heathcare, agriculture, education, smart cities and smart mobility – where the application of technology can create quantifiable social impacts in the medium-to-long term. [12] It acknowledges that India, despite being an IT powerhouse, hasn?t consistently delivered pioneering technology solutions in AI. Therefore, the strategy to maximise the late-mover’s advantage is well suited to develop technology aimed at solving India’s unique set of challenges, exploring opportunities to leapfrog and build foundational RD capability necessary for global competitiveness. [12]

Aiming to harness the transformative power of AI for the greater good, the paper identifies five focus areas for the strategy — healthcare, agriculture, education, smart cities, and smart mobility and transportation. [5]

For starters, Hawking was referring to “AGI” (Artificial General Intelligence), not the functional AI that is the subject of most discussions today. [12] The documentary outlines the benefits, highlights the dangers of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and features interviews with a range of influential personalities such as Ray Kurzweil, Elon Musk and Jonathan Nolan. [12] These appearances also lead to heightened expectations — some technologists argue that the type of intelligence in these systems is “assisted” or “augmented” rather than “artificial”, but recent advances in computing have certainly accelerated the potential of the technology. [11]

Surveillance in different forms finds mention in several parts of the paper — surveillance in smart cities for crime control, use of face detection technologies by traffic police and in CCTVs, and even social media intelligence platforms which use information from social media platforms to predict potential disruptive activities. [5]

This marketplace will enable optimum price discovery and more importantly, bring to bear different approaches to data collection, aggregation and annotation – vital steps for deriving intelligence through the poetry of data. [12] Artifical Intelligence and automation ought to be the new drivers of employment, especially for India’s $150 billion IT industry, which employs over four million people. [11]

As part of a larger mandate to promote scientific endeavour and evolve a National AI Policy, NITI Aayog is establishing a series of partnerships with industry pioneers to promote indigenous advanced manufacturing, build capacity in frontier technologies and promote the “Make in India? initiative of the Government of India. [4] NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India) serves as a Think Tank of the Government, a directional & policy dynamo. [22] The National Institution for Transforming India, also called NITI Aayog, was formed via a resolution of the Union Cabinet on January 1, 2015. [4] NITI Aayog on Twitter: “#Budget2018 mandated NITI Aayog to establish the National Program on AI to guide R&D in frontier technologies. [2]

Towards that end, I am enthused by the national AI strategy discussion document released by the NITI Aayog on June 4. [12] An integral part of India’s national AI strategy will be to share the best practices and the innovative operating models with other developing countries, thereby making it a “Garage” or an innovation hub for emerging economies. [12]

To resolve this, the Paper envisions a National AI marketplace for data aggregation and annotation. [5] The NITI report posits the creation of a National AI Marketplace (NAIM) to overcome the barriers of development and deployment. [12]

The National Education Policy must make radical recommendations on alternative models of education that would be better suited to the AI-powered economy of the future. [11] Re-skilling is easier said than done but it is possible with a combination of a national mentoring program, decentralised content delivery mechanisms and community-based learning models. [12]

In addition to White House senior staff, Federal participants included senior officials from the National Science Foundation, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Energy, Health & Human Services, Labor, Transportation, and Treasury. [10] “Artificial intelligence holds tremendous potential as a tool to empower the American worker, drive growth in American industry, and improve the lives of the American people,” said Deputy Assistant to the President for Technology Policy Michael Kratsios. [10] Deep learning, the rocket fuel of the current AI boom, is a revival of one of the oldest ideas in AI. The technique involves passing data through webs of math loosely inspired by how brain cells work, known as artificial neural networks. [8] Artificial neural networks became an established idea in AI not long after the Dartmouth workshop. The room-filling Perceptron Mark 1 from 1958, for example, learned to distinguish different geometric shapes, and got written up in The New York Times as the “Embryo of Computer Designed to Read and Grow Wiser.” [8] The BEIS recently announced the UK Artificial Sector Deal between the government and the private sector, outlining a package of 603m in new private and public sector funding for AI, and up to 324m from existing government funding. [8]

One can find many works with artificial neural networks, the backbone of deep learning. [8] Artificial neural networks continued to fall short of expectations not just in medical imaging, but in computer vision in general. [8] In a computer simulation of their new artificial neural network design, they provided thousands of handwriting samples. [8]

AI software will need to master tasks like these if it is to get close to the multifaceted, adaptable, and creative intelligence of humans. [8] In far future, machines may surpass human intelligence, take command & control of earth and we the humans could be working under the supervision of machines. [8] Others were inspired by the importance of learning to human and animal intelligence. [8]

Data Analytics job in UK. Big data analytics Jobs Business Intelligence D. [23] By speeding more accurate decisions, business intelligence rapidly grows. [8]

Robotics development: The British House of Commons, through its Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, launched an inquiry into the effect that AI will have on work in the coming years. [18] As such, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) stated ambition is “to put the UK at the forefront of the AI and data revolution”, predicting that UK GDP will be 10% higher (or an additional 232bn per year) by 2030 as a direct result of AI. [8]

As part of that strategy, Mr Yoshida said the company would take a more strategic approach to collecting data from its users across a range of devices and platforms, spanning PlayStation games, financial services and mobile phones. [8] He works at Center for Innovating the Future, a strategy innovation lab based in Toronto. [18] In the future, chatbots will probably be able to take things even further and propose strategy and tactics for overcoming business problems. [8]

The projects are being led by the National Association for Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), India’s largest technology association, and the Chinese government. [18] They?ve also begun trying to make money by inviting others to run AI projects on their networks, which will help propel advances in areas such as health care or national security. [8] It was decided that a Stakeholders? Workshop on AI in National Security and Defence shall be organized for “Listing of Use Cases. [17] AI has a potential to have a transformative impact on national security. [17]

India’s efforts come as the AI competition between China and U.S. intensifies, with China aiming to be the world leader in the space by 2030. [8] The task force, appointed by India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry, proposes that the government work with the private sector to develop technologies, with a focus on smart cities and the country’s power and water infrastructure. [8] India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry did not respond to a request for comment from CNBC. [8]

Shallow networks (consisting of a few layers of artificial neurons) could not solve difficult problems and deep networks (consisting of many layers of artificial neurons) could not be trained because they were too big. [8] Signals act like artificial neurons and move across thousands of arrays to particular cross points, which function like synapses. [8]

With intelligent machines enabling high-level cognitive processes like thinking, perceiving, learning, problem solving and decision making, coupled with advances in data collection and aggregation, analytics and computer processing power, AI presents opportunities to complement and supplement human intelligence and enrich the way people live and work. [21] They can begin to work on AI ethics codes and plans to integrate human intelligence with AI by reconstructing work responsibilities. [20]

India’s largest hub for intelligence, advisories, reports, databases and forecasts on the oil and gas sector. [24] India’s only news & analysis vertical on the Indian fertilizer sector. [24]

The sources said the application of AI in the surveillance of India’s borders with China and Pakistan could significantly ease the pressure on armed forces personnel guarding the sensitive frontiers. [19]

This strategy document is premised on the proposition that India, given its strengths and characteristics, has the potential to position itself among leaders on the global AI map with an unique brand of #AIforAll. [21] From Cooley : AI?ll be back? EC strategy paper on AI targets liability and safety laws for further review. [25] They share a platform that highlights both AI business strategy and technical know-how in a comprehensive agenda that goes beyond the mundane and into deep, actionable insights. [26]

To lead as one of the Innovative Nations of the world UAE launched the National Innovation Strategy in 2014.The Strategy targets seven crucial sectors such as renewable energy, transport, education, health, technology, water and space. [21] The British University in Dubai formed a Consortium with a shared understanding on the importance of the Triple Helix Model for Sustainable Innovation in the UAE. The members are linked with common goal of supporting the UAE’s National Innovation Strategy leading to societal benefits and driving the development of the knowledge-based economy. [21]

The National Mission on Desalination (NMD), conceptualised in 2017 by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST), Govt. of India in partnership with concerned ministries and departments at the behest of NITI Aayog, aims to ensure water security of the country and provide clean and safe drinking water to water-scarce areas of the country. [21] As an initial step in this direction, it is planned to identify technology solution providers offering diverse technology options both from India and abroad for conversion of seawater/ brackish water into water for different end use (domestic/agriculture/ industrial) under the National Mission on Desalination (NMD). [21] In India, we collaborated with the National Association for the Blind to develop an AI-powered tool, DRISHTI, which uses smart phone-based capabilities to help the visually impaired identify objects and navigate their surroundings. [20]

The information bank on desalination technologies, and operational desalination units will be used by the central, state and local governments to take an informed decision on appropriate technology choices suited in specific socio-economic context and would provide an opportunity to enrolled solution providers to be a part of activities of National Mission on Desalination. [21] The STIP Compass is an initiative of the European Commission and the OECD to collect together in one place quantitative and qualitative data on national trends in science, technology and innovation (STI) policy. [27] Columbia University’s Maria Uriarte, a professor of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, and Tian Zheng, a statistics professor at the Data Science Institute, received a Microsoft grant to study the effects of Hurricane Maria on the El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico. [14] In addition to the aspects touched above, the national / international perspectives of data and its various contours have also been portrayed through case studies in this volume. [27] This is borne out by recent data from the from the National Family Health Survey (NFHS). [13] This is the first time such a national environment survey is being undertaken.A pilot project is set to begin this September in 54 districts. [13]

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2. (10) Why the NITI Aayog’s National Artificial Intelligence Strategy for India is a good start Maharastra Sakal

3. (10) Artificial Intelligence–A Game Changer for Climate Change and the Environment


5. (7) Robotics Geopolitics: India, China Forge AI Alliance; U.K. Weighs Robot Tax – Robotics Business Review

6. (6) Niti Aayog’s Paper on AI is a good first step but regulatory challenges around data protection laws need more discussion- Technology News, Firstpost

7. (5) Mains Focus-(5th & 6th June 2018) | TriumphIAS

8. (5) India Aiming at Equipping Defence Forces with Artificial Intelligence | League of India

9. (5) NITI Aayog and ABB India partner to make India AI-Ready

10. (4) White House Hosts Summit on Artificial Intelligence for American Industry |

11. (4) Can Artificial Intelligence transform India? | Deccan Herald

12. (4) Powering AI for government | CIO

13. (4) Artificial Intelligence | Intel Newsroom

14. (3) India working on artificial intelligence to prepare armed forces for next-gen warfare | india news | Hindustan Times

15. (3) NITI Aayog Releases National Strategy on AI, Identifies 5 Focus Areas | Technology News

16. (2) Niti Aayog To Adopt AI In Health, Agri, Education, Infra, & Transportation

17. (2) Artificial Intelligence Can Identify Wildlife as Accurately as Humans – Yale E360

18. (2) Artificial intelligence and data analytics in India

19. (2)

20. (2) Archives for Indian Fertilizer news, Analyses, Reports

21. (2) Research Blog | Centre for Studies in Science Policy

22. (2) Use artificial intelligence in education, health: Niti Aayog paper | India News – FocusWorld

23. (1)

24. (1) what i learnt – Data and Analytics: 2018

25. (1) Today in Legal Artificial Intelligence | Market Intelligence for Strategic Advantage

26. (1) The AI Summit | San Francisco

27. (1) AI on the future: Artificial Intelligence add ~$1 billion to India’s GVA by 2035, says NITI Aayog – Techy Nikhil

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