Panel Discussion on Exploring India’s AI Path: Present Pioneers, Future Frontiers

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Panel Discussion on Exploring India’s AI Path: Present Pioneers, Future Frontiers

Dr. Alpan Raval

Dr. Avik Sarkar

 Mr. Rakesh Kaul Punjabi

Mr. Gaurav Aggarwal

Dr. Manish Tiwari

The Fourth Panel Discussion titled ‘Exploring India’s AI Path: Present Pioneers, Future Frontiers’ will shed light on the current approaches of the Indian government to deal with AI and AI-generated harms. It will also discuss the approach of government to maintain a balance between innovation and security. Panellists will discuss the issue of industry and their perspective on how the government should go about AI regulation, also the issue of data access for startups or small companies. Is there a need for regulation and if required, what kind of regulation should be in place will be one of the key discussion points of this panel. It will also discuss whether policymakers have the necessary knowledge to regulate this new tech field and how ill-informed decisions could do more harm than good. This panel would also brainstorm on how AI can be one of the biggest contributors in the realisation of India’s vision of 2047 and achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Panellists:-

1.  Dr. Alpan Raval, Chief Scientist, AI/ML, Wadhwani AI

2.  Dr. Avik Sarkar, Researcher & Visiting Faculty, Data, Technology & Public Policy, Indian School of Business

3.  Mr. Rakesh Kaul Punjabi, Leader, AI-Activation, Ernst & Young

4.  Mr. Gaurav Aggarwal, Co-founder at Ananas Labs and Anchor Volunteer, iSPIRT Foundation

Moderator Dr. Manish Tiwari, Director, Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics

Discussion Points:

1. How is India looking at AI in the current scenario?

The session will shed light on the current approaches of the Indian government to deal with AI and AI-generated harms. It will also discuss the approach of government to maintain a balance between innovation and security.

2. From Startups to Giants: Industry Perspectives on Innovation  

The session will discuss the issue of industry and their perspective on how the government should go about AI regulation. It will also discuss the issue of data access for startups or small companies. 

3. How will the stakeholders ensure efficient utilisation of this technology across all sectors?

This session will delve into the need for regulation and whether stakeholders are at the same page on the issue. It will also discuss whether policymakers have the necessary knowledge to regulate this new tech field and how ill-informed decisions could do more harm than good.

4. AI, Automation and the Future of Work

This session dives into deeper detail regarding what exactly we should expect as AI and automation integrate into the economy and the subsequent consequences for the workforce. The panellists will also discuss how policies can reshape and guide what the future holds.

5. What role will AI play in the realisation of India’s Vision 2047?

The session will highlight the importance of AI in achieving India’s vision of 2047 and achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  

6. The future of human-AI co-evolution

This session will discuss the future of human and AI interaction. It will unfold the future AI and how it is going to affect human civilization.

Date

Dec 21 2023
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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