Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said that India does not want to rule the world. He was speaking on the growth of Artificial Intelligence while referring to a comment by Russian president Vladimir Putin at a symposium in New Delhi. “I am reminded of a quote by Putin some time ago. You all know Russia is a technologically advanced country. In the field of science and technology, it has gradually progressed. On artificial intelligence, Putin had once said: ‘Whoever becomes the ruler of the sphere, will rule the world,” he said. Watch this video for more details. #rajnathsingh #indiadefence #vladimirputin #artificialintelligence #defenceminister #india #russia #atmanirbharbharat
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