Last Updated: Feb 03, 2024
Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar today said that the Digital India futureLABS is the final piece in architecture for innovation since the launch of Digital India programme in 2015. The Minister said this while speaking at the inauguration of Digital India FutureLABS at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology in New Delhi.
Lauding the transformative journey of India in the field of technology and innovation, Mr. Chandrashekhar said that Digital India futureLABS will act as a catalyst in providing opportunity for Indian startups and in rounding off the country’s ambitions of ensuring the Indian flag on every segment of emerging Tech Innovation. He added that the government aims to build the digital ecosystem based on the key principles of openness, safety, and trust.
The Digital India FutureLABS coordinated by
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing aims to tap into the trillion-dollar opportunity presented by the Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) sector. The FutureLABS initiative is strategically positioned to leverage futuristic technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Quantum Computing, marking a transformative phase in Indian research.