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Indian Navy Takes Swift Action Amid Resurgence Of Piracy: Navy Chief Hari Kumar

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  • Chairman of DRDO Samir V. Kamat also spoke at the event and talked about how DRDO has taken steps to make AI work with all of our processes
  • AI, with its immense potential, is poised to assume a pivotal role in the realm of defence and national security, providing advantages such as improved accuracy

The head of the Indian Navy said on Thursday that the navy is working with the fleets of “partner” countries to make sure safe sea travel in light of the “resurgence” of piracy attacks.

The Naval Chief said this while talking to reporters outside of an event at the Manekshaw Centre. He said that theft is not allowed by the Indian Navy.

When asked about the problem of piracy in the Indian Ocean, Hari Kumar said, “We saw that piracy had become zero up until about last year.” There has been a comeback, which is likely due to the trouble caused by drone strikes in the Red Sea. We have taken strong action. We have put in place the right number of measures. It’s not okay for anyone to steal our work.

“The navies’ job is to protect, preserve, promote, and further the interests of the whole country of Bharat.” That’s our job, and we’re doing it. He also said, “Our message is that we are here to stop any attacks in the area.”

ANI asked Hari Kumar if the Indian Navy works with other Navies to protect sea routes. Hari Kumar replied, “We work with our partners in the regions.” A lot of partners want to make sure that the Indo-Pacific is free, open, and welcoming for everyone. We will work with smaller countries in the area to make it safe and secure based on rules.

He spoke to reporters outside of an event to start the Global Artificial Intelligence Summit (GAISA) 4.0. The All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) is in charge of setting up the two-day meeting.

In his keynote speech, Admiral R. Hari Kumar talks about how AI has changed in India. He says, “With remarkable strides in technology and innovation, AI stands as a tool that is poised to shape Bharat’s trajectory during the Kartavya Kaal.”

Chairman of DRDO Samir V. Kamat also spoke at the event and talked about how DRDO has taken steps to make AI work with all of our processes, technology, and systems.

“AI, with its immense potential, is poised to assume a pivotal role in the realm of defence and national security, providing advantages such as improved accuracy, increased efficiency, and overall enhanced effectiveness,” he said.

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