PM Modi and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates discuss India’s digital revolution

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In a candid dialog with Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the significance of creating tips for the moral use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) expertise.

 In a freewheeling dialog with Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted essential measures that ought to be taken whereas utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the up to date technological world, and mentioned that the world ought to set up some dos and don’ts for utilizing this expertise.

“In a vast democratic country like India, the misuse of deep fake technology. For example, they may misuse my voice. It can initially deceive people, leading to widespread chaos. It’s crucial to acknowledge that deep fake content is AI-generated and mention its source,” PM Modi mentioned whereas addressing the difficulty of deep faux.

“These measures are really important, especially in the beginning. We need to establish some Dos and don’ts. Moreover, one should first engage AI within a field of expertise. Simply utilising it because one is “drained” or overutilizing it is not the right approach,” he added.

Deep faux is a video of an individual during which their face or physique has been digitally altered in order that they seem like another person, usually used maliciously or to unfold false info.

In a candid dialog with the Microsoft co-founder at his residence PM Modi addressed the challenges posed by AI and underlined the importance of initially utilizing watermarks on AI-generated content material to make customers conscious and forestall misinformation.

“Addressing the challenges AI presents, I have observed that without proper training, there’s a significant risk of misuse when such powerful technology is places in unskilled hands. I’ve engaged with leading minds of AI, I suggested that we should start with clear watermarks on AI-generated content to prevent misinformation. This isn’t to devalue AI creations but to recognise them for what they are,” PM mentioned.

“Data security remains a paramount concern and while India has a legal framework in place. For instance, I have initiated storing all university certificates in the cloud to reduce costs and fulfil various needs efficiently. Previously, there was push for stringent compliance requirements. I advocated for simplification, suggesting that data to be uploaded to the cloud with shared IDs, enabling us to access necessary information directly. This approach underscores my commitment to leveraging technology not just to enhance services but to significantly improve the ease of living for our citizens,” he added.

Bill Gates additionally acknowledged the challenges that AI presents and mentioned that the expertise was additionally an enormous alternative.

“It’s early days in AI and I think everyone uses it. In the same day you’re surprised at how good it is, and you’re also surprised at how bad it is. It’ll do things you think are hard, and then it’ll fail to do some things you think are easy. I started my trip here in Hyderabad, which was a nice occasion because Microsoft is celebrating 25 years in the country, and that’s been such a fantastic experience. So I was definitely challenging the team there. Hey, we have to make the accuracy better. And for now, it’s like a Copilot. It helps suggest things. But the final decision about the medicine or the letter you want to write, the final decision, we still have to review that, even though it may make us a bit more creative and a bit more productive. You know, it seems like AI is a huge opportunity, but there are some challenges that come with that” Gates mentioned.

AI has been one of many focus areas of the federal government. The Cabinet had just lately authorized the excellent national-level IndiaAI mission with a finances outlay of Rs. 10,371.92 crore. The IndiaAI mission will set up a complete ecosystem catalyzing AI innovation via strategic applications and partnerships throughout the general public and non-public sectors.

 

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