We Won’t Allow Untrusted AI Models To Scrape The Indian Internet: Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Rajeev Chandrasekhar

“Union minister of state for electronics and information technology Rajeev Chandraseklhar is focused on outcomes. And achieving them fast.”

“At a meeting with his counterparts from the UK and Japan on the sidelines of the three-day Global Partnership for Artificial Intelligent (GPAI) Summit in New Delhi on December 13, Chandrasekhar cautioned that time is running out when it comes to regulating artificial intelligence (AI)”

“He wants the 29 like-minded countries of the grouping and its techno-diplomats to come to an agreement on government AI within the next 6-9 months. I am aggressive, and I am an optimist… We can’t wait for two years as AI is at an inflection point.”

“Chandrasekhar has a long and important to-do list when it comes to AI. He is trying to engage with social media platforms to tackle the menance of deepfakes, help Indian startups and innovators to ride the AI wave, and set up large compute facilities locally to train AI models, and draw up new regulations to create a filter to separate the good AI from the bad.”

“While Chandrasekhar paced up and down the slick hallways of Bharat Mandapam in the national capital to negotiate on the ground rules to govern AI internationally, Moneycontrol caught up with him to talk about the government’s efforts to rein in the ills of AI while providing an impetus to innovate with the technology.”

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