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12th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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2 years ago
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  4. The story of two ceasefires Al garage? - on kickstarting artificial intelligence India re-defines its regional role Al is the use of computers to mimic human cognitive processes for decision-making S. UBHODEEP

  5. Context ONITI Aayog has published an ambitious discussion paper on kickstarting the artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem in India. O The paper talks of powering five sectors agriculture, education, health care, smart cities/infrastructure and transport -with Al. highlights the potential for India to become an Al garage, orsolutions provider, for 40% of the world UBHODEEP

  6. Benefit Area: O Al tools for a range of applications: reading cancer pathology reports, rerouting traffic in smart cities, telling farmers where to store their produce, and picking students at high risk of dropping out from school etc OIndia, with its acute shortage of specialist doctors in rural areas, could benefit greatly from such a tool UBHODEEP

  7. several countries: OThe U.S, Japan and China have published their Al strategy documents and, importantly, put their money where their aspirations are. China, for example, plans to hand out a million dollars in subsidies to Al firms, as well as to run a five-yean university programme for 500 teachers and 5,000 students UBHODEEP

  8. NITI Aayog does not talk about how India's ambitions will be funded, but proposes an institutional structure to get things going. Network of basic and applied research institutions. A CERN-like multinational laboratory that would focus on global Al challenges India hardly has any Al expertise today. Around 50 top-notch Al researchers, concentrated in elite institutions like the IITs. only around 4% of Indian Al professionals are trained in emerging technologies such as deep learning. S. UBHODEEP

  9. While India does publish a lot, these publications aren't very impactful: India's H-index, a measure of how often its papers are cited, is behind 18 other countries. This is not encouraging, considering that returns on Al are not guaranteed Few successes, a recent study found that a Google neural network correctly identified cancerous skin lesions more often than expert dermatologists did UBHODEEP

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  11. The story of two ceasefires India re-defines its regional role India re-defines its regional role S. UBHODEEP

  12. New tone Shangri-La Dialogue O@ a time when - world is facing power shifts, uncertainty and competition over geopolitical ideas and political models, India woulod project itself as an independent power and actor across Asia. Olndia's ties with the three great powers Russia and the United States were called as partners with whom India has relationships based on overlapping interests in international and Asian geopolitics. UBHODEEP

  13. Signal from India India will not be part of a closed group of nations or aggregate Indian power in a blodc, India will chart out its own course based on its own capacity and ideas "when nations stand on the side of principles, not behind one power or the other, they earn the respect of the world and a voice in international affairs" India -don't want to be part of any political-military camp whose design and role in Asian affairs is being conceived elsewhere, upon ideas that India might not fully share, and where India has a marginal role in strategy and policy implementation. S. UBHODEEP

  14. Urge urged both the U.S. and China to manage their rivalry and prevent their "normal" competition from descending into conflict. "Asia of rivalry will hold us all back Delhi is rediscovering a posture and policy for a multipolar world as well as taking greater responsibility for its own future and destiny. Reflecting its unique geographical position at the rimland of Eurasia and at the mouth of the Indo-Pacific, India's foreign policy is likely to be driven by a dual attention to the balance of power and order building in the continental and maritime environment around the subcontinent. UBHODEEP

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