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International Conference organized by Computer Society of India Lucknow Chapter

A one day International Conference “DigiGov-23” was organized today by Computer Society of India, Lucknow Chapter. Dy. Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak was the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Session of the Conference. Prof. A. K. Nayak, Advisor IIBM Patna was the Guest of Honour and Bharat Bhaskar, Director (Retd.) IIM Raipur delivered the Keynote Address. Dy C M Brajesh Pathak in his address pointed out the development of Technology. He said that the development are so rapid that Internet today has become a necessity and the device attached with it create an environment where things are getting automated. Pointing out the technological developments in U. P., he informed that Samsung has established the biggest Chip Manufacturing Factory in Noida. He appreciated the efforts of CSI in organizing such events which share the knowledge with the people.

Prof. Bharat Bhaskar in his address told the audience that Google has been testing the autodriven cars in USA for last more than one Year. Amazon has the store where you have just to take the Membership Card and you go, shop and leave, nobody is there to bill or check. A system using IoT has been developed that whatever you have picked up and taken outside, will be billed automatically.

Prof. Nayak informed that the way the developments are taking place, very soon it will become Internet of Everything i.e. IOET. He said that using IoT, we can reach more than 60 lakhs Gram Panchayats using the IoT Technology in order to provide facilities to the remotely placed citizens of India.

In the beginning, Arvind Sharma, Convener of the Programme greeted the audience. Anil Kumar Srivastava, Chairman of CSI Lucknow Chapter welcomed the Guests and Vote of Thanks was offered by Dr. Shyam Kumar Garg Secretary of CSI Lucknow Chapter. Aapkikhabar

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