AICRA organizing ‘2nd Edition of Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards 2021’



New Delhi: All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA) is organizing two days World’s biggest summit on Artificial Intelligence which is supported by NITI Aayog. The summit is going to be held in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 28th, 29th September 2021. In the 2nd edition of Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards 2021 (GAISA) wherein more than 1000 global AI companies are participating. The Inauguration of the event will be graced by Shri Rao Indrajit Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Planning, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation as Chief Guest.

GAISA will witness more than 60 top speakers, 600 Decision makers and 40 categories for awards nomination. In this summit Prof. K. Vijay Raghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to Government of India, Shri Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary-Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, and Dr. V.K. Saraswat, Member, NITI Aayog, Government of India will be the panelists.

Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards is transforming Business Models and challenging the status quo in the business community. India’s Largest Platform for innovators, the AICRA AI Summit is the platform for the exchange of deep actionable insights into the world of Artificial Intelligence and its impact on businesses. Being already called the 4th Industrial Revolution, AI has far-reaching implications in the corporate world. Witness India’s Largest Summit on Artificial Intelligence, and immerse yourself in the rich experience of Insightful Discussions and Mind-Opening talks delivered by subject matter experts and Industry Leaders.

Global Enactment and Regional Execution of Artificial Intelligence in Engrossed Sectors:

• AI IN HEALTHCARE: Healthcare sector in India is expected to grow to USD320 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of upwards of 22%, from the current USD148 billion.AI based healthcare solutions can also help in making healthcare services more proactive.

• AI IN AGRICULTURE: agriculture and allied sector accounts for 49% of India’s workforce, 16% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Use of AI and related technologies will impact productivity and efficiency of agricultural value chain.

• AI IN EDUCATION: Global spent was USD160 billion on EdTech in 2016, and forecast spending to grow 17% annually through 2020. Adoption of new technologies is still lacking, however, often attributed to unwillingness of teachers and students to adopt technology.

• AI IN SMART CITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE: As part of the Smart Cities Mission, 99 cities in India have been selected with expected investment of INR 2.04 lakh crores. Smart cities are especially amenable to application of AI, which can make sense of the data being generated, and transform it into predictive intelligence.

• AI IN SMART MOBILITY AND TRANSPORTATION: The National Highways (NHs) accounted for about 29.1% share of total road accidents and 35.0% of total fatalities. Advanced researches provide the basis for commercialization and utilization of any emerging technology like AI.

Mr. Raj K. Sharma, AICRA, President said “I am overwhelmed by the response that this 2nd GAISA has generated from all stakeholders. I am sure conferences like these will go a long way to educate people about the benefits of adopting and adapting to AI powered technologies and India will be seen as fastest growing market for AI technology consumption soon.”

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