National AI Portal of India Launched

National AI Portal of India Launched

The Union Minister for Electronics and IT, Law and Justice and Communications Ravi Shankar Prasad launched India’s National Artificial Intelligence Portal called Indiaai.in. The National AI Portal of India has been jointly developed by the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MEITY), NeGD and NASSCOM.

It is the single central knowledge hub on artificial intelligence and allied fields for aspiring entrepreneurs, students, professionals, academics, and everyone else.

The portal focuses on creating and nurturing a unified AI ecosystem for driving excellence and leadership in India’s AI journey, to foster economic growth and improve lives through it.

This portal shall work as a one stop digital platform for AI related developments in India, sharing of resources such as articles, startups, investment funds in AI, resources, companies and educational institutions related to AI in India.

The portal will also share documents, case studies, research reports etc. It has section about learning and new job roles related to AI.

Responsible AI for Youth

On this occasion, Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, also launched a National Program for the youth, Responsible AI for Youth”. The aim of this Program is to give the young students of our country a platform and empower them with appropriate new age tech mind-set, relevant AI skill-sets and access to required AI tool-sets to make them digitally ready for the future.

The Program has been created and launched by the National e-Governance Division, Ministry of Electronics & IT in collaboration with Intel India, with support from Department of School Education and Literacy (DoSE&L), Ministry of Human Resource Development. 

The Program is designed to reach out to students from Government schools pan India and provide them with an opportunity to become part of the skilled workforce in an inclusive manner.

The National Programme is open to students of classes 8 – 12 from Central and State government-run schools (including KVS, NVS, JNV) from across the country – all 28States and 8Union Territories and aims to bring about a change in the thought process and create a bridge for the digital divide.

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