Amity University Hosts 6th Annual Technology Conference

  • Amity Business School, Amity University, Noida, hosts ‘INFINITY 2023’ on digital transformation for futuristic Businesses: Emerging technologies leading growth and sustainability

Union minister of state for electronics and information technology and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, inaugurates the 6th Annual technology Conference,INFINITY-2023” at Amity University.

Panel Discussion was on “Design, Build and Operate Digital Businesses in the 4th and 5th industrial revolution era, Managing cybersecurity: Role of machine learning and data science, Impact of emerging technologies: Driving digital success and sustainability and catalysing the future: Power of generative AI in business transformation.

“For young students considering their future plans, there is no simple path to success. There are many opportunities available but they must choose wisely. In order to advance in their careers, students must adopt the traits of success. The value of perseverance, hard work and a relentless pursuit of objectives. With three out of every four workers in India lacking either skills or education, the workforce is rapidly changing. People need to learn digital skills, receive top-notch education and take advice from mentors”, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union minister, State for Electronics and Information Technology and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, expressed.

“INFINITY 2023 will feature academic and corporate perspectives, research work and panel discussions. It will provide a platform for distinguished speakers from industry, academia and government to share their experiences and insights”, Dr Sanjeev Bansal, Dean FMS, Director, Amity Business School, said.

“Compared to earlier times, students today have never-before-seen opportunities and they also bear enormous responsibility for the nation. The government’s strategy is to have full citizen involvement in decision making”, Union Minister, responded to a question regarding India’s digital future.

“Technology is crucial for economic development but misuse can lead to negative consequences. Students should become tech-savvy, create their own businesses, become entrepreneurs and serve the nation”, Dr Balvinder Shukla, Vice Chancellor, Amity University, said.

“The Digital India Act aims to protect Indians from the misuse of AI on social media platforms. With 83 crore internet users currently and 124 crore by 2025-26, it is crucial to ensure that AI is used responsibly and not misleading, provocative or incited. The Act also requires platforms to ensure that information shared on social media is not misleading, provocative or incited”, Union Minister, responded to a question on how the government will make sure that AI is being used only for positive purposes.

“Modern Cyber Systems drive industries and businesses, requiring efficient use of digital platforms, online safety, privacy, ethical behavior and respect for digital rights, urging students to master technology”, V Srinivasa Rao, Chairman, Managing Director, BT & BT Management Consultancy, said.

“We have declared that we will permit startups and companies to store and process the data, subject to the DPDP Act processes being applicable otherwise the government will blacklist them, no rights of data protection of the citizens are being violated”, Union Minister, responded to a question about how the digital personal data protection act of 2023 (DPDP Act) will prevent data from being misused.

“Lava is a mobile company that conducts all of its business within the nation from manufacturing and design to distribution and it employs 30 million people. Therefore, creating jobs rather than seeking them out professionally is more satisfying and students should be encouraged to do so”, Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, President, Lava International Limited, said.

“There is a lot of concern about cyber security because personal information is being used for online crimes like financial fraud. In order to prevent people from becoming victims of cybercrimes, which are on the rise, it is necessary to raise awareness of cyber security and data protection rights”, Amit Dubey, Cyber Security Expert, Economic Council of India, said.

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