Deloitte’s AI Institute Launches In India To Accelerate Innovation

Deloitte has launched an AI Institute in India, focusing on building AI solutions and upskilling to increase the adoption of the technology

Deloitte has launched an AI Institute to build an ecosystem in the country by integrating AI innovations and research for applications in various organisations. Called the ‘Deloitte AI Institute India,’ it aims to bridge the gap between organisations that embrace AI and those waiting for ‘the future’. Building AI solutions and skilling will be the priority of the institute.

“There are inherent strengths that India can leverage. At the moment, start-ups, research and academic institutions, and businesses themselves are heavily invested in discovering multiple new AI-based innovative solutions. “Deloitte AI Institute India” will integrate these efforts to help organisations transform quickly with AI”, said Romal Shetty, President, Consulting, at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP.

The institute in India will collaborate with other institutes and share best practices, insights,  research, case studies, and point of view, in addition to building AI solutions for India and the world.

“A dedicated AI team at Deloitte, along with domain and industry experts, will drive stronger outcomes. We will also bring our business lens that weighs ethical considerations and accountability to help recognise biases or risks. AI will be a part of everything we do as an organisation,” said Saurabh Kumar, Partner, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP.

The first Deloitte AI Institute was launched in the US in June 2020. Since then, it has been successfully launched in other countries, such as Canada, the UK, Germany, China, and Australia.

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