The AI-led digital economy is estimated to contribute around 15.7 trillion INR to the global economy by 2030. Many countries all over the world are trying to be a part of it. Out of those, India, having an AI-trained workforce and startup ecosystem, may become a major contributor in Artificial Intelligence solutions, capable of bringing a revolution in the sectors such as healthcare, agriculture, education and more.
India has large young population and many of those youngsters are skilled and willing to adopt AI. There is no doubt that India’s startups are innovating and definitely capable of developing solutions to the problems of the society.
Let’s not forget that our country was ranked second on the Stanford AI Vibrancy Index. Because of its large AI-trained workforce.
There is a model that is Artificial Intelligence -based and is for forecasting the flood in Bihar. It is being expanded to cover more area, maybe the whole India. This is to ensure that around 200 million people across 2.50,000 square kilometers get alerts of floods 48 hours earlier.
Even the Central board of Secondary Education has integrated AI in school curriculum so that the students that pass out have the basic knowledge on this concept. Moreover, The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology launched a program for Youth, where more than 11,000 students from government schools got to complete the course in AI.
Overall, out of 145 countries that are part of RAISE 2020, a global meeting to discuss ideas. India stands out with its initiatives to find a solution to the problems. Those are faced in different sectors regarding Artificial Intelligence. It helps the world take a step further in this domain.