Digital Desk, New Delhi. Microsoft India President Anant Maheshwari on Tuesday said that as India grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, technology is helping to bridge social and economic gaps, as well as fostering innovation and change and all It is providing a huge opportunity to provide inclusive growth for
Speaking at Microsoft’s annual flagship event Future Ready, Maheshwari said that technological intensity is the engine of future preparedness in small and large businesses and industries and has been further accelerated by the pandemic. Trends such as Metaverse and Zero Trust Security and Hybrid Workplace Since then, experts stressed the need for businesses and organizations to accelerate the technological intensity of India’s vision to become a truly digital economy.
Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog said, starting from the Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile (JAM) trinity, to biometric, e-locker and digital signature, we have really grown and evolved. He told Virtual, as far as Unified Connecting all these banks has been transformative as far as Payments Interface (UPI) is concerned. If you look at the fintech movement, many young unicorns have actually changed the insurance space or even the stock markets.
India is making at least three unicorns a month. Kant emphasized, we are able to do this because our young entrepreneurs are harnessing this data and using it to make technological leaps and this is what India needs to do. We need to leapfrog into all these emerging areas of technology, be it metaverse or artificial intelligence, because India has the size and scale of data and use cases that no other country has.
Dr. Devi Shetty, President and Executive Director, Narayana Health said that India can make healthcare better using preventive, predictive, accessible technology without compromising on empathy and trust. He emphasized, technology will give rich people what they want. The pass was always there, in a better format, but technology will give poor people what they could never have dreamed of and that’s the beauty of what technology will do to democratize healthcare. In one session N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons said that the acceleration of Bridgital is the way forward.
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