KnowledgeTransfer@CarnegieIndia is an initiative that aims to provide a platform to facilitate the genuine exchange of ideas and knowledge among students, practitioners, subject-matter experts, and other interested audiences.
SEPTEMBER 14, 2021ZOOM WEBINAR
We hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'CBDCs: Redesigning Digital Futures', on September 14. The event aimed to answer questions such as, what exactly are CBDCs? How do they work? How will they be regulated?
SEPTEMBER 02, 2021ZOOM WEBINAR
Join us for the second Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series workshop as we host Ananthanarayanan S. and Priyadarshini D. This event will answer questions such as, what is AI? What are its possible applications? And what changes do we need to see to spur the development of AI forward?
AUGUST 17, 2021ZOOM WEBINAR
We hosted our first-ever 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop on August 17, 2021, 'What is Data?', discussing concerns around data ownership, access, protection and regulation.
DECEMBER 14, 2020
Geopolitical relationships between countries have begun to impact their technological relations as well. This session assessed the potential economic and geopolitical ramifications of such maneuverings as well as their impact on the technology sector in India.
GAGANDEEP KANGDECEMBER 14, 2020ZOOM WEBINAR
Vaccine development is a long and complex process that often takes many years of work by both public and private researchers. This workshop assessed the changes in the vaccine development process as well as the challenges of proper deployment.
DECEMBER 14, 2020ZOOM WEBINAR
As work continues on India’s Personal Data Protection Bill, the Indian government has taken steps to attempt to regulate the use of Non-Personal Data. This workshop covered the basic features of the proposed regulations and the implications of the regulation of this space.
MICHAEL NELSONDECEMBER 14, 2020ZOOM WEBINAR
In recent years, free and open-source software and hardware have gathered increasing interest, both from the business and academic community. This session explored the architecture behind open-source development, open-source business models, and potential regulations.
DECEMBER 14, 2020
As the Fintech sector grows so does the need for up-to-date cybersecurity. This workshop explored the various cybersecurity challenges the sector faces while also assessing potential opportunities to address them.
AUGUST 27, 2020ZOOM WEBINAR
India has made several efforts at improving access to finance and laying out the rails for the digital payment ecosystem. While this has smoothened financial flows for low-income clients, challenges of trust, interoperability, suitable credit products, gender imbalance and pricing remain.
MAY 27, 2020ZOOM WEBINAR
The coronavirus pandemic has forced countries to close their borders to contain the spread of the virus. This has restricted the flow of goods and people, thereby exerting debilitating pressures on global supply chains.
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