（議 題） Speakers with * are to be confirmed
18.00-18.15 Opening Remarks
– Welcome and moderated by Purushottam Kaushik, Head, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, India
– Keynote speech by Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India*
18.15-19.00 Plenary: Advancing Digital Industry
The session will explore the uptake of digital tools by Indian business, the benefits this has brought, as well as the challenges of meeting a US$1 trillion digitalisation objective by 2025. Discussion will then focus on policy strategies to support further technology adoption including the dynamics between domestic rules and international regulatory cooperation.
– Moderated by Noshir Kaka, Senior Partner, McKinsey*
– Ramesh Srinivasan, Managing Partner, Manufacturing, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)*
– Badri Narayanan, Co-Founder and Partner, Infinite Sum Modelling LLC
– [suggest a global company investing in India]*
– Arpita Mukherjee, Professor, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations*
*Following the plenary two sessions will then run in parallel. The first will focus on scaling India’s digital growth in a global context and the second will focus on building a national data marketplace.
19.00-19.50 Session 1: Scaling Digital Interconnection
This session will look at how the flow of data can drive innovation as well as export opportunities in India. It will also assess questions around equitable sharing of the benefits derived from data flows and where collaboration with partners on this topic is needed.
– Moderated by Amitendu Palit, Senior Research Fellow and Research Lead, Trade and Economic Policy, National University of Singapore
– Anand Birje, Senior Corporate Vice President and Head of the Digital & Analytics (D&A), HCL Technologies*
– Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM*
– Bipul Chatterjee, Executive Director, CUTS & Head, CUTS CITEE
– Anna Roy, Senior Adviser, NITI Aayog
19.00-19.50 Session 2: Advancing Data Marketplaces
Realizing a data marketplace will require frameworks for governance, security and privacy and data quality. It will need to conform to open, interoperable standards and support the data needs of emerging technologies. The game-changing potential of the approach can be tested through a few pilots. C4IR India is working on towards that under the DCPI project carrying out consultations with industry, professional services organizations, and the start-up ecosystem. A report “Towards a Data Economy” will be launched during this session.
– R. Chandrashekhar- chair/ moderate (prospects of data market emerging)*
– Data Governance and Regulation- Jayesh and Rajendra Kumar*
– Data market perspective- Aleen or Dilip Asbe, / Anant Maheshwari or Sandip Patel*
19.50-20.00 Closing Remarks
– Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer, NITI Aayog
– Sean Doherty, Head, International Trade, World Economic Forum