Quantum computing will be central to the growth and expansion of India’s ‘techcade’ and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision is to build an India-centric tech ecosystem with partners and players around the world, says Rajeev Chandrasekhar. Minister of State for Electronics and IT said. Monday.
In effectively kicking off a two-day symposium on the quantum computing ecosystem held at C-DAC in Pune, the minister spoke about the disruptive role of quantum computing and the next big idea to disrupt technology in general. pointed out that it would be Especially computing, according to the official statement.
“It is the vision of Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi to build a quantum technology ecosystem centered in India with partners and players around the world. Quantum computing will be at the core of the growth and expansion of techcades in India,” Chandrasekhar said.
The term “techade” is used to refer to a decade of new technology.
The minister said PM’s vision is to transform India from just a consumer of technology to an architect, designer and producer of technology.
“In order to build a complete quantum ecosystem of innovations, start-ups, research institutes, institutions of higher learning, domestic companies, foreign companies and foreign academics, we are really working together and very much with other partners and players. We need to build an India-centric quantum ecosystem that works well for the world,” Chandrasekhar said.
Emphasizing that technologies such as quantum computing will be central to India’s decade of economic expansion, the minister stressed that, in addition to building quantum and high-performance computing capabilities, the development of consumer products, digital Increasing digital empowerment of 1.2 billion Indians who will build products, devices and solutions to be connected to the internet by 2025-2026
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