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CAN INDIA INCREASE ITS TECHNOLOGICAL SOVEREIGNTY?


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Pillai, Nehaal Neiil 
Urmetzer, Florian 

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The Silicon Valley of India has consistently ranked in the top 25 start-up ecosystems internationally and the country boasts 100 unicorns (businesses with a value of over $1billion). Additionally, nearly a quarter of the world’s engineers originate from India. It is against this background that the country is exploring the potential of ‘technological sovereignty’ to decrease its reliance on imported products.

RADMA scholar Simon Frederic Dietlmeier, a PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge, is investigating the potential of India to become more self-reliant in technology and to have self-determination in critical areas such as AI. In this article he uses the case-study of the Short Form Video market to explore the concept.

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R&D Management Association

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Research Development Management Association (RADMA) (Unknown)
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