- The centre aims to bring together aspects of AI, IoT and Ethics
- As Bengaluru is the innovation hub of India, it was suggested to establish the centre here
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa has agreed to establish a Centre for Internet of Ethical Things in Bengaluru. According to officials, this will provide a competitive and congenial level playing field for the investors and industrialists.
World Economic Forum managing director Murat Sonmez suggested establishing a first of its kind ‘Centre for Internet of Ethical Things’ as a collaboration between WEF and Government of Karnataka. As Bengaluru is the innovation hub of India, it was suggested to establish the centre here. Sonmez and Yediyurappa also signed an impromptu Letter of Intent.
Bringing together aspects of AI, IoT and Ethics
According to a press release, the centre aims to bring together aspects of AI, IoT and Ethics. It will provide a platform for the stakeholders to converge and create an ecosystem with ethics taking an important role.
During the meeting, the delegates discussed the impact of artificial intelligence (AI). They talked about its ethical aspects and its linkage with the Internet of Things (IoT). In the next few years, autonomous systems, devices and organizations will become very common.