India Embraces Responsible AI Adoption, Not Regulation


One piece of evidence for the minister’s assertions is that India will become a RISC-V powerhouse. According to the news, RISC-v upstart Tenstorrent has teamed with India’s Bodhi Computing, which uses the architecture to work on data center-grade systems. India’s government has posted a road map that calls for creating locally designed RISC-V Systems on Chips.

He also says government agencies are taking steps to standardize. He said the government is not considering a law or regulation of artificial intelligence. The Indian government has decided not to regulate artificial intelligence in the country after deciding that policy settings from 2018 do not need to be revisited. The question asked the Minister of IT and Electronics Chandrasekhar answered, and he said no.

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