“The advance of technology is based on making it fit in so that you don’t really even notice it, so it’s part of everyday life.” — Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft.
The case for digital transformation has never been more urgent. Digital technology is a powerful deflationary force in an inflationary economy. Businesses and life on whole can be improved tremendously by building tech intensity. Going forward, every sphere of life will need a more
distributed, more intelligent, more autonomous computing fabric which can address holistic development of all. Three basic ingredients to drive the economic growth—productivity, capital, and labor. All three are facing new challenges in a changing context.
The major challenges that need to be addressed are:-
- SHIFTS IN LABOR MARKETS
- RISING INEQUALITY
- CHANGING GROWTH PATHWAYS
- AI, ROBOTICS, AND THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
- AN AGENDA TO HARNESS THE POTENTIAL OF NEW TECHNOLOGY
About the Speakers:-
- Professor Vinay Pathak – Vice-chancellor CSJMU, Kanpur (Chief Guest)
- Professor Kantesh Ballani:- Working in IIT Kanpur
- Professor Narendra Kohli :- Working as a HOD(CSE Deptt.) in HBTU Kanpur
- Dr. Vandana Dixit:- Currently working in HBTU Kanpur
- Mr.Arun Kumar chaudhary :- Deputy Director Agriculture
About the Event:- On the occasion Professor Pathak also inaugurated Sensor based Vermi Compost plant developed by Agriculture Engineering Department of Vision Institute of Technology. In his key note address he asked students to inculcate new skills and work passionately towards realizing their dreams. In the panel discussions various experts gave their views on the Challenges of the Future and how they can be overcome using Emerging Technologies and also All the guests praised the students of the institute on excellent projects prepared by them on Emerging Technologies.
Few Glimpses of the Event…..