“Indian companies need to reskill, train and attract more relevant talent if they want to successfully integrate AI technologies. Most importantly, they are willing to make the ongoing investment. It’s a tough race where there will be winners and losers,” said N Venkatram, CEO of Deloitte India.
MUMBAI: Amidst Indian companies battling the Covid-19 disruption, there is a growing realization and acceptance that artificial intelligence (AI) is not only inevitable but must be introduced quickly to remain competitive in the market, N Venkatram, Deloitte India CEO told ET. “Indian companies need to reskill, train and attract more relevant talent if they want to successfully integrate AI technologies. Especially her
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