Can AI, ML, Big Data, IoT and the related technology applications be a game changer for agripreneurship? How can agriculture be made more profitable through science-based and tech-driven solutions?
The Social Impact Working Group of the IET Future Tech Panel, with an expert panel of speakers explored how intervention of technologies can reduce losses and increase productivity as well as profitability to create a robust agri business ecosystem in India.
In this episode our panel discussed the ethical AI considerations that need to be fed in. What the future of ethical AI looks like in developing countries like India? How can we make AI systems robust and bias-free at the same time? Among others.
In this episode, our panel of award-winning immersive media specialists shared insights on XR technology, challenges faced by the industry and mitigating actions. They also discussed possible security and privacy challenges that may be roadblock in adoption of the technology and its mitigation actions and the way ahead for the industry.
Covid-19 has disrupted supply chains beyond an unlikely return to the pre-pandemic levels. With dependency reducing on exports and emphasis on vocal for local, blockchain technology can play an influencing role in tackling supply chain failures.
The energy storage sector has come a long way in the past decade and is seen as an enabler for transformation towards greener grid and cleaner transportation.
Experts from the telecom industry predict that 5G will reinvent businesses, but this ‘revolutionary’ aspect of 5G is still beyond the near future.
Most cities across the world are looking at transforming into ‘smart future cities’. With the world becoming exponentially digital and data increasing in volume and value, smart cities are now becoming more of a necessity.
In a very special session of IET India Digital Conversations, N R Narayana Murthy, Founder, Infosys Limited shared perspectives on how the Covid -19 pandemic has catalysed a pivotal change in the Indian economy and pushed organisations to adapt technology for survival, business continuity and future growth.
Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), the largest employment generator, is facing huge threat amid an economic slowdown and demand contraction.
India supports more than half of the world’s technology-related outsourcing requirements and our limited supply of skilled AI talent is alarming. This is in spite of having a flourishing start-up ecosystem, high-growth companies and the Government investing in building a robust tech infrastructure.
Cobotics is an emerging technology where robots and human beings work together to do tasks in synchronisation. As smart assistants, cobots can perform repetitive tasks with consistency, accuracy and speed, thus helping humans to perform a task.
The global pandemic has had an adverse impact on India Inc, resulting in a disruption in production lines, sales funnels and a dip international collaboration. Today, industry leaders are faced with a steep uphill task – to navigate businesses on the road to recovery.
Before the pandemic, Industry 4.0 was an area of great interest for many manufacturers. Currently, manufacturing is being affected by demand, supply and workforce availability- all at the same time across the globe.
To strengthen the delivery of medical consultation in the post-Covid-19 world, the government issued the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines on 25 March 2020. These guidelines enabled registered medical practitioners to provide online consultations to patients across the country.
The growing need to transmit data from remote locations that are not connected to power sources is the need of the hour. At present, LPWAN is being used to support business cases in agriculture, transportation, smart cities, supply chain, manufacturing and many others.
The adoption of quantum computing and communication in sectors like healthcare, energy, finance, security and entertainment is exponentially increasing. It has gained significant traction given its disruptive nature in using subatomic particles to build faster and smarter devices.
In an increasingly data-driven future, access to skilled workers is a key factor for success. Rapid advances in the technological field are changing the very nature of jobs and the skills needed to do them, resulting in skills gap across all industries.
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