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Digital India and Application of AI/ML in manufacturing Science

The Digital India programme, launched in July 2015, has changed the narrative of India. Interventions like the BharatNet digital cable network have pushed digital connectivity to rural areas with 3,12,526 km of cable being laid over the last five years.

To ensure the seamless delivery of digital services, a growing network of 3.10 lakh common service centres (CSCs), covering some 2.15 lakh gram panchayats, are providing more than 300 digital services ranging from insurance and pensions to banking and digital payments. The reach and effectiveness of CSCs are being utilised to deliver other social welfare services such as the PradhanMantri Jan ArogyaYojana (PMJAY) and the PradhanMantriShram Yogi Maan-Dhan (PMSYM), where more than two crore and 15 lakh beneficiaries have been registered respectively so far.

The Digital India programme, launched in July 2015, has changed the narrative of India. Interventions like the BharatNet digital cable network have pushed digital connectivity to rural areas with 3,12,526 km of cable being laid over the last five years.

To ensure the seamless delivery of digital services, a growing network of 3.10 lakh common service centres (CSCs), covering some 2.15 lakh gram panchayats, are providing more than 300 digital services ranging from insurance and pensions to banking and digital payments. The reach and effectiveness of CSCs are being utilised to deliver other social welfare services such as the PradhanMantri Jan ArogyaYojana (PMJAY) and the PradhanMantriShram Yogi Maan-Dhan (PMSYM), where more than two crore and 15 lakh beneficiaries have been registered respectively so far.

Manufacturers are always keen to adopt technology that improves product quality, reduces time-to-market, and is scalable across their units. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Robotic Process Automation are helping manufacturers fine-tune product quality and optimize operation.


Om Prakash

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