RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani stated on Monday that Jio Platforms is eager to take the lead in building AI models particular to India and AI-powered solutions across domains, bringing the advantages of this cutting-edge technology to Indian residents, enterprises, and the government.
During the 46th Annual General Meeting of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani described artificial intelligence (AI) as the most exciting growth frontier for Jio.
Ambani promised the company would adopt sustainable practices and work toward a greener future while developing up to 2,000 MW of AI-ready computer capacity across cloud and edge locations.
Intelligent applications will redefine and revolutionize businesses, economies, and even daily life sooner than anticipated, according to the RIL CEO. A global AI revolution is currently transforming the globe.
He said that India must use AI for innovation, growth, and national prosperity if it wants to maintain its competitiveness in the world.
“This is my pledge to our nation’s citizens. Jio made the promise of universal broadband connectivity seven years ago. The delivery was made. Jio has promised AI to everyone and everywhere today. And we’ll deliver, he promised.
To quickly incorporate the most recent AI advancements from around the world, particularly the recent developments in generative AI, the skill pool and capabilities inside the RIL group are being expanded.
In the future, Jio Platforms aims to take the lead in creating AI models and solutions across domains that are specifically for India. This would enable Indian citizens, enterprises, and the government to benefit from AI, he added.
According to Ambani, India has the size, the knowledge, and the skills.
However, India also needs digital infrastructure that can support the enormous computing demands of AI. We remain committed to building up to 2,000 MW of AI-ready computer capacity across cloud and edge locations as this industry grows. We intend to switch the majority of our connection and digital service energy use over the next five years to green energy, which is not only cost-effective but also environmentally friendly, the executive stated.