India is growing at a rapid pace and so is the use of technology in the growing sectors of the country. A major mass of the population is still dependent and practicing agriculture as its primary source of income. India has been in a continuous tryst with its farming infra, practices and associated communities since independence.
Automation in agriculture is an emerging subject across the world. In recent time, Artificial Intelligence has been seeing a lot of direct application in farming AI-powered solutions will not only enable farmers to do more with less, it will also improve quality and ensure faster go-to-market for crops.
With hackers trying to break into a computer every 39 seconds on an average, cybersecurity continues to be the number one “external concern” for Indian policymakers and industry leaders, regardless of their industry. The annual costs of these attacks are expected to reach an incredible $6 trillion by 2021, according to Cyber Security Ventures.