Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will hold talks with foreign delegations at the Think 20 meeting under the G-20 at Kushabhau Thakre International Convention Center on Monday |
Bhopal (Madhya pradesh): Jorge Antonio Perez Pineda, Professor, Universidad Anahuac, Mexico said that developing countries and the world are facing the problem of finding new industrial technology at an affordable price. If the developing countries are not willing to go to new technology in the industry then they will not be able to stay in the market and will probably fall economically, said the professor.
He was speaking to ‘Free Press’ on the sidelines of the Think 20 summit under the G 20 framework held at the Kushabhau Thakre International Convention Center in Bhopal on Monday.
The 4.0 revolution is taking place in industries all over the world and industries are moving towards Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics and various new technologies, which are affecting industries, said the professor.
He admitted that many countries, including some rich ones, are still using industrial fuel because it was difficult to develop technology (Pollution free technology) because it is expensive. The process of installing a solar panel to generate clean energy is a bit complicated, he added.
Talking about developing countries including India which have a large number of workers, the professor said, “There is a need to find harmony between workers and technology, but this is very difficult”.
Talking about climate change that was caused long ago by industrialization, the professor said that today industries are turning to clean technology to produce clean energy to deal with the climate crisis, which poses a huge risk. In the future, many industries will change to clean technology.
Explaining that rich countries have many opportunities to access clean energy, he said that international organizations need special funds to help developing countries to use technology.
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