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“Children Say Ai (Mother) And AI”: PM Modi, Bill Gates Discuss AI

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"Children Say Ai (Mother) And AI": PM Modi, Bill Gates Discuss AI



Prime Minister Modi said that AI plays an important role in today’s world.

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Microsoft co-founder today discussed a wide range of issues from artificial intelligence to the future of technology and women empowerment.

Prime Minister Modi said that artificial intelligence or AI technology helped in translating his speeches and address into different languages ​​at the G20 summit.

In a conversation with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, the Prime Minister said AI plays an important role in today’s world. “AI is very important. Sometimes I jokingly say that in our country we call our mother ‘Ai (pronounced aayee)’. Now I say that when a child is born, he says ‘Ai’ as well as AI as children are so advanced become,” the Prime Minister said.

He asked Bill Gates to take a selfie via his (NaMo) app and then showed him how to locate it via facial recognition technology.

Bill Gates praised India’s technological progress, adding that the country is leading the way.

Abuse of AI

The Prime Minister also pointed out the deepfake content generated through various AI tools and called for action to tackle the misuse of the technology.

He said the world should establish some do’s and don’ts for using this technology.

“In a democratic country like India, anyone can use deepfake. It is crucial to recognize that deepfake content is generated by AI. We need to think about some do’s and don’ts,” he said.

He also said people should not be misled about AI.

“If we use AI as a magical tool, it may lead to serious injustice. If we rely on AI out of laziness, that is the wrong path,” the Prime Minister added.

Bridging the digital divide

Prime Minister Modi said he believed in the democratization of technology as it gives equal opportunity to everyone, adding that the government has launched several schemes for villages.

“When I heard about the digital divide in the world, I thought I wouldn’t let something like that happen in my country. Digital public infrastructure is an important requirement in itself,” he said.

He also said that women in India are “more open to adopting” new technology.

“I started the ‘Namo Drone Didi’ program. It is very successful. I am in contact with them today, they are delighted. They say they did not know how to ride a bike, but now they are pilots and with drones being able to fly The mentality has changed,” he said.

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