The Japan-India Transformative Technology Network aims to accelerate technological innovation for human and planetary health in line with the Sustainable Development Goals by building a dynamic cross-sector network of outstanding change-makers in Asia’s two largest democracies, India and Japan. The Network will concentrate on advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous systems, and blockchain and financial innovations to address the inter-related challenge areas of health systems; accessibility, mobility, and inclusion; and living and livable cities.

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Harnessing AI in Mobility to Create Real-World Impact

Salzburg Global Fellow Aishwarya Raman discusses how artificial intelligence can make mobility safer and more efficient

Principles behind Developing Tech Solutions for Rural India

Salzburg Global Fellow Aparna Singh reflects on the need to promote open-source technologies in India which governments and social enterprises can use independently

Protecting Communities Through Safe Sanitation

Salzburg Global Fellow Pratima Joshi reflects on the work of Shelter Associates during the COVID-19 pandemic and the vulnerability of slum settlements

Being Prepared, Proactive, and Political

Salzburg Global Fellow Mahesh Devnani discusses health care in India, responding to COVID-19, and tech solutions

Adapting to a New Reality

Salzburg Global Fellow Ryoji Noritake reflects on the impact of COVID-19 personally and professionally and the significance of in-person communication

Fellows Outline Hopes and Expectations for Network

Inaugural Fellows of Japan-India Transformative Technology Network help craft their program

Salzburg Global Fellows Discuss Artificial Intelligence and More at Pune International Literary Festival

Salzburg Global partners with Indian literary festival and holds panel discussion on artificial intelligence and societal innovation

Call for Applications: Japan-India Transformative Technology Network

Salzburg Global Seminar is seeking mid-career professionals in India and Japan with the aspiration and potential to lead positive transformation in their societies

Salzburg Global Seminar Expands Partnership with Nippon Foundation

Terms agreed for a new program addressing the topics of conflict prevention and peace mediation, and human and planetary health

5 Ways AI is Changing our World for the Better

Man has long feared the rise of the machine – his own creation becoming smarter and more intelligent than he. But while artificial intelligence and machine learning are rapidly changing our world and powering the Fourth Industrial Revolution, humanity does not need to be afraid
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