PM Modi Explains the Relevance of Industry 4.0 for India

Narendra Modi at an event to mark launch of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in New Delhi on October 11, 2018
Narendra Modi at an event to mark launch of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in New Delhi on October 11, 2018

PM Modi Explains the Relevance of Industry 4.0 for India

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, today attended, and delivered an address at the event to mark the launch of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

He said the components of “Industry 4.0” actually have the ability to transform the present and future of human life. He said the launch of this Centre, the fourth in the world after San Francisco, Tokyo, and Beijing, opens the door to immense possibilities in the future.

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Modi said emerging fields, including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Blockchain, and Big Data, can take India to new heights of development, and improve the quality of life of its citizens.

He said that for India, this is not just an industrial transformation, but a social transformation. He said Industry 4.0 has the strength to drive irreversible positive change in India. He added that it will help bring the required speed and scale to work being done in India.

The Prime Minister mentioned how the Digital India movement has brought data to villages of India.

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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