India, Japan to introduce AI, robotics in defence sector
NEW DELHI: India and Japan will work together to introduce artificial intelligence and robotics in the defence sector, the next level of strategic cooperation between the two Asian partners.
Kentaro Sonoura, Japan's state minister for foreign affairs and a close adviser to PM Shinzo Abe, told TOI in an exclusive chat, "You should expect to see increased bilateral cooperation between us to develop unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) and robotics."
With an aggressive and expansionist growing as a challenge to both India and Japan, the two countries are increasingly looking at the world from a similar lens.
Arish Sahani-usa-9 hours ago
NO PLAN FOR COEXISTENCE MEANS PEOPLE IN CHINA LIVING LIKE SLAVES.
Sudarshan Nindrajog-8 hours ago
Any bilateral cooperation with japan in any areas is good fot both the countries,we should explore various possibilities to have good and fruitful relations with japan
Tanmay Chakrabarti-9 hours ago
Good move to contained the aggressive powers.
Sanjoy Pandey-6 hours ago
That is a great move by the two countries.
vijay thommandra-8 hours ago
Both and Israel the technological giants are very keen to associate with India and we must go all out in utilising their technology for our benefit
Prince-SA-3 hours ago
nice strategy.. is getting cornered more and more due to it''s own policies.
Tsp-2 hours ago
Good movement towards ag inst Pakistan and . Thank god congress is not in power. Otherwise they will always favour of and pak.