Why AI India 2019?
In recent years, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is on the rise rapidly in various industries. With this background, AI India 2019 is planned as India’s first global trade show focused on AI.
AI India will offer a unique opportunity to bring together the worldwide AI community to tackle the challenges of digital future in India, all facets of the evolving and exploring opportunity under one roof.
The 3-day extravaganza will showcase case studies, research, applications, equipment, Next-Gen technologies and strategies from the world of Artificial Intelligence. Thereby providing an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in India to drive business forward in 2018 and beyond.
Participant will have a never before opportunity to engage and interact with global thought leaders in the field of AI. They will also be able to network with relevant global professional and explore Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, Virtual Assistants, Chatbots and more.
- Dedicated event to AI applications for enterprises
- Network with potential clients & partners
- Experience intelligent real-life networking application services
- Promote brand as an AI innovator and thought leader
- Showcase products and services to industry leaders and investors
- Launch new initiatives
- Associate their brand with cutting edge AI technology
- Hear the most inspirational case studies and solutions presented
- Join the community of world’s top technology provider
- Engage with the industry’s leading solution providers, spearheading innovation in AI research and product development
Application of Artificial Intelligence
The first wave of AI models (early 2000s) were human rules driven, it is the reasoning model. The machine would explore the specifics based on causality or logic (the human defined rules). This AI capability is scoring well in reasoning over narrowly defined problems (such autonomous driving in a segregated area) but has no learning capability and poor handling of uncertainty.
The second wave of AI is the learning model. Engineers create statistical models for specific problem domains and train them on big data to make predictions. This was this type of AI used by IBM deep Blue beating on Kasparov on a chess game, but that kind AI cannot plan and make decision (reasoning) and is not able to play checkers or any other board game by itself unless reprogrammed for such new application.
The third up-coming wave of AI is the self-learning model that will allow the machine to adapt to different contexts and environment to a certain extent to better deal with real world phenomena. Deep Learning is the disruptive breakthrough because it provides self-learning technology that can then reproduce its own set of data and rules.
Some of the applications of AI in key verticals as follow:
|S No||Industry Verticle||Applications of Artificial Intelligence|
|1||Aerospace and Defense||
|2||Agriculture & Food Processing||
|6||Media & Entertainment||
|7||Technology & Communications||
|9||Education & Skills||
|10||Transport & Logistics||
|12||Retail & E-commerce||
Government of India initiatives in AI
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has set up this Task force on Artificial Intelligence to kick-start the use of AI for India's economic transformation.
Leverage AI for Economic Benefits. Creation of policy and legal framework to accelerate deployment of AI technologies Concrete 5 year horizon recommendations for specific Government, Industry and Research programs
Embed AI in our Economic, Political and Legal thought processes so that there is systemic capability to support the goal of India becoming one of the leaders of AI-rich economies