NCBN's Vision for AI-driven Sustainable Development

Learn about the state government's efforts in utilizing AI for sustainable development and real-time governance. Discover how AI is being used for land records, education, and improving the lives of citizens.

Shri N. Chandrababu Naidu in his address at the round table on "Artificial Intelligence and the Paradigm Shift," Former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu highlighted the importance of AI in sustainable development and in improving the happiness and ease of living for citizens. He noted that his government had already implemented the Artificial Intelligence Cloud Hub Policy, which utilizes cloud management, data storage, and IT for real-time governance.

One specific example of the government's use of AI is the introduction of Bhudar, a system designed to prevent tampering of land records. This is a significant step towards ensuring the integrity and accuracy of land ownership records, which is crucial for a variety of legal and financial transactions.

The round table was moderated by Ramana Jampala, a director on the boards of several companies, and featured participation from a variety of industry leaders in AI and related fields, including David Robinson, Chief Data Scientist at Data Camp, Yuri Aguiar, Director of Innovation and Transformation, Tim Sullivan, Innovative Technology Leader, and Raj Patil, a globally recognized business leader.

The former Chief Minister Shri Nara Chandrababu Naidu is looking forward to transnational interventions, support, and backing in the form of advisories and resources to broaden the scope of sustainable agrarian practices and engage further farmers. By 2024, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has formally committed to supporting the expansion of ZBNF to 60,000 farmers throughout the state of Andhra Pradesh. For more regional and TDP political Party news you may visit our website

 At a special session hosted by the UN Environment Programme, N Chandrababu Naidu in New York is listed to speak about the initiatives made in Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) in Andhra Pradesh and it is said to be one of Chandrababu Naidu Contributions. He has spoken at Columbia University on" Governance in the Age of Technology" while taking part in the Sustainable Development Impact Summit of the World Economic Forum in New York.

 For the comprehensive and long-term welfare and prosperity of farmers as well as to cover them from the negative effects of the climate, Andhra Pradesh launched the Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF).

 The novel program, which was introduced in 2016, aims to improve the welfare of farmers over the long term, especially small and borderline Farmers, by using ZBNF that's affordable and climate flexible. By making more food free of chemicals remainders available, this move will help cover the interests of all guests. The ZBNF in Andhra Pradesh has had a significant impact just two times, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, which promotes ecology-centric approaches for achieving global food security. The aim is for all 1600 towns lets, and agro-climatic zones to have at least 5000 farmers and 5000 hectares depending solely on natural farming by 2020.

 Shri N. Chandrababu Naidu is looking forward to international enterprise, support, and backing in the form of advisories and resources to broaden the scope of sustainable farming ways and engage additional farmers. By 2024, UNEP has formerly committed to supporting the expansion of ZBNF to 60,000 farmers throughout the state.

 Mr. N. Chandrababu Naidu has met with implicit investors for the state's AI schemes throughout the course of the four-day trip, as well as 25 members of the US- India Strategic Partnership Forum and other capable investors in sessions organized by the Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board.


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