In the article, Modi said that in the face of trying circumstances, India has not only stayed firm but also helped the world.
An unprecedented digital shift demanded that we shed old practices and explore ways to integrate the best of technology to tailor student-centred learning models.
'If there was a bit of fire and lots of desire, it appears as if social media would make sure nothing stood in the way.'
A key point of discussion was the dilemmas advertisers and brands face when it comes to personalisation of ads amid the global concerns over protection of private data.
Mahesh Narayanan says the growing popularity of streaming content could force theatres to experiment with the viewing experience and bring about revolutionary changes.
'The film should not be predictable. That's the challenge. Whatever the viewer expects, the opposite should happen. This way the viewer can be kept glued to the content,' says Mahesh.
As many as 60 million micro medium and small industries (MSMEs) have tried implementing digital payments. Online tools have been a big boon in these times of social isolation, Gupta says.
The panel discussion on 'way forward for startups and new benchmarks for angel investors', painted a glossy picture of the country even in the aftermath of the pandemic.
AI is the force behind some of the most routine things we do on the internet like typing a google mail or using the google translate facility, Gupta says.
The pandemic has forced parents, students and educators to stay home, impacting 33 crore children, Gupta says.