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The Deloitte CEO said whether it is manufacturing, banking, services or agriculture – technology is key for India’s aspirations in any of these sectors.

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“Indian companies need to re-skill, train, and acquire more relevant talent, if they are to successfully integrate AI technologies. Most importantly, they should be willing to make the continued investment. It is an uphill race in which there will be winners and losers,” said Deloitte India CEO N Venkatram.

MUMBAI: In the midst of Indian companies battling the Covid-19 disruption, there is a growing realisation and acceptance that artificial intelligence (AI) is not only unavoidable but it must be adopted quickly to remain competitive in the marketplace, Deloitte India CEO N Venkatram told ET.

“Indian companies need to re-skill, train, and acquire more relevant talent, if they are to successfully integrate AI technologies. Most importantly, they

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Time for government, companies to adopt artificial intelligence: Deloitte India

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