India has a distinctly different use for AI, says Chandrasekaran
N Chandrasekaran Tata Sons chairman said that current narrative around artificial intelligence and automation of efficiency improvement and technology would have to be leveraged here firstly to create markets and these replacing human jobs, unlike in other markets where technology was making existing markets more efficient.
AI taking jobs comes from advanced economies because of their challenges when it comes to ageing workforces, markets getting mature and lack of growth, stemmed from developed economies and that developing countries like India had to use different approach for these technologies.
Previously he was chief executive of Tata Consultancy Services said that, Indian technology industry’s vision for 2030 should not just include software professionals and white-collar workers, but must also include others in the economy.
He further said that discrepancies on AI remove this hallowed effect and aura about AI and the misconceived fact that AI is only for the elite or well-read.
Finally Chandrasekaran said, in the coming future 90 million people would be joining the workforce of different, age or lack of resources would not be a problem for the economy and which entailed that unlike developed economies