Technology to solve humanity’s greatest challenges
We can’t deny the fact that, technology is not a silver bullet. It cannot solve all of humanity's problems on its own. But it is a powerful tool that can be used to make a real difference in the world.
New advances in technology are helping revolutionize the healthcare landscape. However, the rapid pace of innovation can be challenging for healthcare equipment makers who are trying to stay up on the latest trends and achieve differentiation.
Most countries across the world are diligently investing in new age technologies starting from AI to high-performance computing and adaptive computing. This is because these technologies are seen as essential for driving economic growth and innovation in the 21st century.
While the 2023 Indian Budget announced that the government will create 3 centres of excellence to boost AI in the country, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is quite focused on HPC and the National Supercomputing Mission. The National Supercomputing Mission, which was launched in 2015, is a major initiative to develop and deploy supercomputers in India.
The government is also investing in AI, but at a slower pace. This is likely due to the fact that AI is a more complex and challenging technology to develop and deploy.
Overall, the government's investment in HPC and AI is a positive development for the country. These technologies have the potential to transform many industries and sectors, and to improve the lives of millions of Indians.
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