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NVIDIA to collaborate with Indian Govt to develop India’s Sovereign AI, aid Digital Public Infrastructure

Shanker Trivedi, a senior leader at NVIDIA, met with IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar at MeitY today to explore potential collaborations in the field of sovereign AI within India’s burgeoning digital public infrastructure.

Trivedi expressed NVIDIA’s keen interest in sovereign AI, emphasizing its alignment with the growth of digital public infrastructure. He highlighted the significant opportunity for NVIDIA to contribute to the government’s efforts with robust infrastructure supporting generative AI models.

“Together with a robust infrastructure to run these generative AI models built on digital public infrastructure, it’s a huge opportunity for NVIDIA to partner with the government,” said Trivedi.

Vishal Dhupar, managing director of Asia South at NVIDIA, expressed gratitude for the productive discussions, stressing the critical role of sovereign AI in addressing national priorities such as healthcare, agriculture, and education.

“Thankful for a meaningful dialogue with MoS, MEITY, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, and Shankar Trivedi on the critical role of sovereign AI. We are at a juncture where the alignment of AI with national priorities—health, agriculture, & education—is indispensable,” said Vishal Dhupar, managing director of Asia South at NVIDIA.

What is Sovereign AI?
Jensen Huang, CEO of one of the world’s top companies, has advocated for the development of ‘Sovereign AI’ across various nations. Sovereign AI goes beyond mere algorithms; it signifies a power shift, empowering nations to shape AI decisions according to their priorities.

Huang’s mission involves helping countries gain control over AI development, ensuring that decisions made by AI systems align with each nation’s values and goals, especially in crucial sectors like healthcare and defense. He believes that AI has the potential to not only transform lives but also reshape the identity of nations.

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