Sara Abdulla is a Data Research Analyst at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). Previously, she worked as a research assistant for the CDC supporting enteric disease health surveillance. Additionally, she has written about the ethical implications of neurotechnology on the criminal justice system and on far-right men’s movements. Sara earned a B.S. in Neuroscience with a minor in Philosophy from Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Mapping India’s AI PotentialMarch 2021
With its massive information technology workforce, thriving research community and a growing technology ecosystem, India has a significant stake in the development of artificial intelligence globally. Drawing from a variety of original CSET datasets, the authors evaluate India’s potential for AI by examining its progress across five categories of indicators pertinent to AI development: talent, research, patents, companies and investments, and compute.