Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 22 Army Chief General MM Naravane has said the Indian Army is looking to change from a manpower-intensive force to a technologically empowered one.
This will happen as and when the technical capacities grow and as more sophisticated weapons keep getting inducted.
Focus on Big data, AI
The Indian Army is not behind in space and cyber capabilities. It is well on its way to incorporate Big Data, artificial intelligence and quantum tech into warfare. — General MM Naravane, Army Chief
He was addressing the 48th National Management Convention (NMC) of the All-India Management Association (AIMA). The theme of the convention was “Beyond Recovery: New Rules of the Game”.
General Naravane assured the audience that “we are no way behind in space and cyber capabilities. We are well on our way to incorporate Big Data, artificial intelligence and quantum technologies into the characteristics of war”.
“We are monitoring the changes in space and land-based warfare, and will refine our operational doctrine,” the Army Chief said, adding the industry and top-notch technical institutions had come forward to meet the Army's needs.