Digital India CEO, Abhishek Singh Addresses GAISA 4.0, Emphasizes India’s AI Leadership and Future Initiatives


Digital India CEO, Abhishek Singh Spotlights India’s Global Leadership in Artificial Intelligence at GAISA Summit.

Singh emphasizes India’s top-ranking AI skill penetration and highlights innovative AI applications across sectors.

Government initiatives, including the National Program on AI, showcase India’s commitment to responsible and ethical AI development.


New Delhi, 28-01-2024: Abhishek Singh (CEO,Digital India)  delivered an insightful speech at the Global Artificial Intelligence Summit (GAISA) hosted by the All India Council for Robotics & Automation. Singh expressed his gratitude for the platform that brought together industry, academia, and government stakeholders to discuss the transformative power of artificial intelligence (AI).

In his address, Singh highlighted two crucial points that underscore India’s standing in the AI domain. Firstly, he emphasized India’s robust AI capabilities, ranking as the number one country in AI skill penetration, boasting a wealth of talent, successful startups, and significant funding for AI-related projects. Singh stressed the need for investments in high-performance computing infrastructure to ensure India remains at the forefront of AI innovation.

Singh discussed the multifaceted applications of AI across sectors such as healthcare, education, agriculture, and law enforcement. He showcased examples of AI-driven solutions developed in collaboration with startups and government initiatives, ranging from predicting crop diseases to enhancing public services through voice interfaces in multiple Indian languages.

Singh’s speech resonated with the audience as he discussed the government’s commitment to advancing AI in India, with initiatives like the National Program on Artificial Intelligence and plans to set up a robust computing infrastructure. He urged collaboration among ministries to ensure responsible AI use, emphasizing the importance of ethical considerations, especially in a diverse country like India.

As India assumes the chair of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, Singh concluded by expressing optimism about the future of AI in the country and globally. He encouraged continued collaboration among stakeholders to harness AI’s potential for societal benefit and address challenges responsibly.

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