AICRA Interviews

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Future technologies will create more opportunities in the country

Published on: March 11, 2019 Dr Debapriya Dutta

As the technologies grow, the aspirations of the people of the country grow. As the economic and social growth takes places, it adds to the aspiration of the people. Presently we can say that the aspiration of Indian today is different from those who resided in the nation post Independence, i.e., during 1947 year. Aspiration of rural Indian today is different. Information & communication technology (ICT) has changed the thought process of people of the nation residing in any corner of the country. It has huge network. Rural youth has almost the same aspiration as the urban youth. When there is lack of opportunities to fulfill the aspiration of the people today. Here comes the role of future technologies to fulfill the aspiration of the people just by providing the required opportunities to them. Such future technologies can fill up the gap of lack of opportunities in the country.

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Emerging technologies will bring social empowerment

Published on: March 8, 2019 Dr Rashmi Sharma

With India's changing socio-economic conditions and rising aspiration of young and old alike, the role of emerging technologies is extremely important for social empowerment. It is envisaged that the ecosystem of need-based technology identification and development needs to be strengthened further with the involvement of youth. Future technologies could play an important role to solve the challenges/issues pertaining to society.

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Robust AI system is good for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Published on: March 8, 2019 Dr Pravat Kumar Mandal

Welcome to FutureTech interview series. A series of delightful interact with innovators, leaders and outstanding scientists.We are presenting the interaction with Dr Pravat Kumar Mandal, a scientist from National Brain Research Centre (NBRC), Gurugram.

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Technologies should be unifier not divider

Published on: March 5, 2019 Dr Charru Malhotra

Presenting a section of heart-felt both delightful and informative interacting with Dr Charru Malhotra, Associate Professor (e-Governance as well as Information & Communication Technology) at Indian Institute of Public Administration. She is PhD from IIT Delhi. Her thesis paper focused on "Design of Citizen-Centric e-Governance Approach: A Study of Select ICT based Rural Initiatives."

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