India, US Emphasize Tech Leadership for Strategic Interests

National Security Advisors discuss progress in defense innovation, startups
Ajit Doval
Ajit Doval

New Delhi- National Security Advisor Ajit Doval emphasized the importance of technological leadership from India and the US in strengthening strategic interests. He highlighted the progress made by the India-US initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET) in defense innovation and startup ecosystems.

Doval addressed the iCET industry roundtable, hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), and emphasized the significance of the semiconductor industry. He also outlined the steps that the US and India will take to further advance cooperation in areas such as artificial intelligence, semiconductors, critical minerals, advanced telecommunications, and defense space.

The iCET initiative was launched in May 2022 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden with an aim to promote greater collaboration in critical technology areas. The initiative has now made significant progress in defense innovation and startup ecosystems.

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan also emphasized the importance of innovation, production, and deployment in addressing the key challenges in the Indo-US technological partnership.

Both countries have committed to addressing specific issues and overcoming any obstacles to deeper India-US ties. The US and India have also assured the industry of their openness to addressing specific issues and overcoming any obstacles hindering deeper India-US ties.

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