New Delhi: Delegates attending the prestigious G20 summit in New Delhi now have an extraordinary resource at their disposal: ‘Ask GITA,’ an artificial intelligence system developed by the Central IT Ministry. ‘Ask GITA,’ which stands for Guidance Inspiration, Transformation, and Action, harnesses the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita to provide insightful solutions to queries and challenges.
This AI system offers delegates the opportunity to seek guidance from the Bhagavad Gita through a specially designed screen interface. ‘Ask GITA’ is equipped to deliver answers in 22 Indian languages and several international languages, making it accessible to a diverse range of attendees.
The innovative AI system, ‘Geetha’ is the brainchild of Tagbin ,an alumni startup of IIT Roorkee. Geetha’s vision for ‘Ask GITA’ aligns with the spirit of the G20 summit, promoting a fusion of technology, culture, and spirituality to address global challenges.
The unveiling of a similar AI system at the previous G20 summit in Lucknow showcased India’s commitment to harnessing technology for the greater good. The ‘Ask GITA’ AI system adds a unique dimension to this year’s summit, reinforcing India’s position as a leader in technological innovation.
As part of the summit, a Digital India Experience Zone has also been set up to showcase India’s digital capabilities and services to visiting delegates. This initiative is spearheaded by the Union Ministry of Electronics and IT and promises to provide a firsthand look at India’s achievements in the digital landscape.