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Assam Governor Prof. Jagdish Mukhi on Saturday said the Indian government wants to establish the country as an ‘Artificial Intelligence (AI) Garage’.
Governor Mukhi said this while addressing the 8th Convocation of Assam Don Bosco University its Tepesia campus on the city outskirts.
“The government of India wants to establish the country as an ‘AI Garage’ which means that if a company can deploy an AI technology in India, it will then be applicable for the whole developing world,” said Prof. Mukhi.
“AI research in India will focus on healthcare – increasing access and affordability of quality healthcare; agriculture – enhancing farmer’s income, farm productivity and reduction of wastage; education- improving access and quality of education…”
AI research will also focus on “smart cities and infrastructure- efficient connectivity for the burgeoning urban population; and smart mobility and transportation- for smarter and safer modes of transportation and better traffic and congestion problems”, said the Governor.