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Ola CEO Says India should lead in adopting AI tech with open arms

Artificial intelligence or AI has been making waves in the technology industry for a few years now, and it seems like India has been a little slow to jump on the bandwagon. However, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal thinks that India should be leading the charge when it comes to adopting this new technology. In fact, he believes that India should take a lead in adopting AI technology with “open arms.”

In an interview on Saturday, Aggarwal spoke about the potential of AI and how it could help increase productivity. He called AI a “massive technology tool” that has the power to enhance productivity by 10 times. He added that India should be the first adopter of AI and become the most productive country in the world. This is a bold statement, but Aggarwal believes that India has the potential to do it.

The CEO of Ola is not the first person to recognize the potential of AI. In fact, AI has already been adopted by several countries, including China and the United States. However, India has been a little slow to adopt this technology. This is partly due to a lack of infrastructure and education on the subject.

Aggarwal believes that India needs to invest in AI education and infrastructure to fully embrace this new technology. He also believes that the government needs to take a more active role in promoting the use of AI. This could include providing incentives for companies that adopt AI, as well as funding research and development in the field.

If India does become the first adopter of AI, it could have a significant impact on the country’s economy. Increased productivity could lead to increased GDP and higher living standards for the Indian people. It could also help to make India a more competitive player on the global stage.

Of course, there are also concerns about the impact that AI could have on jobs. Some people worry that AI could replace human workers, leading to widespread unemployment. However, Aggarwal believes that AI could actually create more jobs, particularly in the tech industry.

It seems like Aggarwal’s vision of India becoming a leader in AI is a promising one. With the right investment in education and infrastructure, India could become a powerhouse in this new and exciting field. Only time will tell whether this vision will become a reality, but it’s clear that AI has the potential to transform India’s economy and society in a big way.