Artificial is transforming science, engineering and businesses. India’s great opportunity in AI is beseeched by greater challenges. Earlier this year, the Finance Minister said, “Technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and others are the technologies of the future and NITI Aayog will establish a national programme to conduct research and development in these areas.” In this white paper, I lay out a plan to accomplish it in the next five years. It requires three components: a. Leading AI research globally, b. Large-scale training in AI and c. Commercialization of AI research. I use the principles laid out in the last chapter of the book “India Next?” to design this strategy. India can achieve this with an annual outlay of just Rs. 600 crore ($100 million a year)!
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