India has great interest in boosting semiconductor industry: AICTE President


Speaking at BYJU’s Embracing Education AI-Driven Revolution Conference, Dr. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), said that India has a strong interest in stimulate its semiconductor industry.

The Global Dialogue Forum, in partnership with the Indian Association for the Club of Rome, organized a conference – BYJU’S Embracing Education’s AI-driven Revolution on June 18-19 where experts from around the world discussed the latest technological advancements in of education and their implications. Byju co-founder and director Divya Gokulnath gave a special speech at the conference.

During his address, Fillon-Ashida Pierrick, an official of the European Commission, said that AI is a varied tool but it is important to know the limits of these tools. He also said that you have to look to the past to predict the future of artificial intelligence (AI).

Also, Shreyas Jayasimha, co-founder of Aarna Law, talked about the development of 5G and AI.

“The AI-driven revolution is for the good of society and the individual. The responsibility rests with us because technology is a means to an end, not an end in itself. The Seminar and Proceedings of the Forum of global dialogue in association with the Club of Rome India are timely and significant,” he said.He also spoke of India’s world-class potential in education.

Meanwhile, clarifying the National Education Policy (NEP), AICTE President Sahasrabudhe said that no language has been left out.

“In schools and colleges, students are free to learn any language. Mandarin, German, French, Japanese… one of the languages ​​to be learned by the students. They are all like open choices. We do not impose any language on anyone. All languages ​​are equal, including Indian languages. There is no exaggeration.”

“All Indian languages ​​are equally important like Tamil, Punjabi, Assamese, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali or Telugu. In the same way, all foreign languages ​​are equally equal,” he said added.

“There is a lot of interest in starting the semiconductor industry in India. These industries are located in Taiwan, South Korea. Although the technology is from the United States, most of the manufacturing is done here and so we are building a database of all the languages ​​that are spoken on this side to be learned by our students so they can go there and doing internships as well,” he said. said.


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