Discussion in three sessions in Shape South Asia 2017 Summit on the second day!


Discussion on issues such as digitization, future of learning in digital age,
technology struggles.
– On the
initiative of the World Economic Forum, Global Shepherds, Bhopal brought the
best speakers on this regional South Asian platform to discuss various topics.
November 4, 2017 on the second day of South Asian Summit 2017, topic experts
discussed the current burning topics in three sessions. The center of
discussion at the summit was digitization, whose new possibilities and
challenges were discussed.
The first
session of the program, today’s biggest question, is today the digitization is
the beginning of the Industrial Revolution? Staying focused on the panel of
this session included Head of Social Engagement – Asia, World Economic Forum
Ravi Kaneria, Microsoft India’s National Technology Officer Prashant Shukla and
Sima’s EVP academic Dr. Noyel Tego. This session was extracted and controlled
by Founder and CEO FT Cash Vaibhav Lodha. During this time various issues such
as the increasing availability of technology, education, agriculture,
healthcare etc. have been implemented in the technology are discussed.
subject of the second session was, The Future of Learning in Digital Edge. The
main point of this topic was how to increase the level of education in the
rapidly increasing digitization environment. Digitization and technology in
session are making discussions about how to make courses and educational
facilities smooth and easy. It also showed that this also threatens the future
of teaching-training, because education is considered to be a face-to-face
communication. Not only this, it has also emerged that the standard of
education has not changed in many years, only changes like digitization have
taken place. The session culminated with innovative children and their growing
capabilities, saying that digitization can never be the option of classroom
In the
third session of the program, discussions on two aspects of technology, i.e.
facilities and basic difficulties. Experts involved in the panel said that in
the coming ten years, the government has targeted the residents of rural areas
directly, but if the difficulties are talked about, those people who do not
have toilet facilities, but mobile phones are definitely. It is the argument
that digital connectivity is better than the necessity and the connectivity of
infrastructure. After this, Infrastructure was discussed, in which it came to
the fact that it is not important how basic infrastructure has been prepared,
but in the end, the government can use the technical platform for all-round
development. During the session, four major missions of the government, Swachh
Bharat Abhiyan, Amrit Mission, the Law Cost Housing Mission and Smart City
Mission were also discussed.
At the
end of the program, workshop was also organized by Dwivedi, the development of
Tata Interactive on Demystifying Artificial Intelligence. In this, artificial
intelligence was explained as a trends in technology and new media. When a
person does not find the way, we always search for a better way by using new
technology through human intelligence. It also explained machine learning,
computer system and feeding data.
Be aware
that Global Shapers is an initiative of the World Economic Forum. This is a
global community of Young Leaders, who have been a pioneer in their field while
contributing a lot to their community. This year, with the fourth industrial
revolution and technology in the summit, new possibilities and challenges are
being discussed around the world. Points emerging in the summit will help in
the direction of bringing about present and future innovation in public and
private sectors in Asia. About 100 delegates from India and South Asian
countries are taking part in this program.


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