Today, the most trending topic, especially in the tech world, is AI, and every company and even country wants to dominate the AI race. India is not far behind anyone, even though India has one of the largest Digital ecosystems in the world. Reliance-owned Jio is one of India’s major tech companies; today, Mukesh Ambani announced something exciting. During Reliance AGM, Mukesh Ambani announced, “Jio Promises AI To Everyone, Everyhwere in India.” He has made clear that Indians will very soon take advantage of AI in every sector and location. Jio will make AI available to even Businesses and the Government.
Reliance AGM: How Jio Will Make AI Accessible To Everyone
Mukesh Ambani was very clear and confident about his wording at Reliance AGM, and thus, he told how Jio will achieve this in the near future. He said Jio will create up to 2,000 MW of AI-ready computing capacity across both cloud and edge locations. This will impact everyone in society, from normal users to Businesses and Industries to the government. During this announcement, he also pledged to sustainable growth without affecting nature in any way.
Jio will integrate AI into multiple domains by developing advanced AI-based models and solutions. In short, whether it’s infrastructure or AI models, the company will create everything to dominate the AI race, at least in India and South Asia. Ambani has also recalled Jio’s earlier commitment to broadband connectivity to everyone, everywhere, which the company has fulfilled successfully.
Sam Altman’s Challenge Accepted
Sam Altman, the OpenAI CEO, has made a lot of news headlines and social media concentration when he tried to underestimate India’s capabilities and talent. A few months ago, the OpenAI CEO was in India, and he said India can’t develop a model like ChatGPT, and if they try to do so, they have to face a lot of challenges, making their project hopeless and worthless. Though Mukesh Ambani has not directly responded to Sam Altman’s statement, he said Jio would make ChatGPT-like AI models easily accessible to all Indians. He specifically mentioned, “India has the scale. India has the data. India has the talent.”