How AI is reshaping jobs in India
The research report brings out the Indian perspective by focusing on the benefits that individuals across sectors (manufacturing, healthcare, education, ITeS, and banking and financial services, etc.) perceive AI has for businesses and society and how AI is poised to transform the business landscape—be it in terms of improved efficiency or reshuffling of roles. The report also highlights the focus areas to ensure future readiness and skill fitment in a collaborative future between humans and machines.
The Data Opportunity: The promise of digital trade for India
As international trade increasingly spills into the digital sphere, there are large economic implications which have thus far gone under-researched. The research examines the economic value of digital trade to India’s economy, and makes recommendations for how the future potential value can be fully realised.
All India Management Association (AIMA), Hinrich Foundation & Alpha Beta present a research report on Digital Trade for India. These organisations bring together research on the national and International digital trade in India. The study brings out all aspects of this part of Indian economy and recommends strategies for future course of action. The research report was launched and discussed by industry experts on 25th July 2019 at the Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, New Delhi.
Disruptive Technologies that can transform India
The research report focuses on some technologies and digital-driven use cases that have the potential to impact and transform the Indian landscape, involving the government, business powerhouses and society at large. The report brings about different examples of how these disruptive trends and general purpose trends such as mobile, cloud, digital wallets and payments have the capability, individually and in combination, to impact people and businesses and its applications in bringing about a transformation across different sectors such as Education, Healthcare, Banking services, Retail and FMCG, Agriculture and Government. In addition, it seeks to estimate the benefit that these technologies could generate.