Why India needs Deep-tech?

COVID-19 pandemic has led to significant momentum to digital services while deep-tech startups are the leading the way. According to a NASSCOM report, 87 per cent of startups were in field of AI/ML. While, this sector has also attracted interest of VCs. 14 per cent of total investments in 2020 were in deep-tech startups, which stood 11 per cent in 2019.

In this video, industry experts discuss on how pandemic has created a very conducive environment for businesses to adopt and leverage deep tech. Meanwhile, there are still ample of gaps to bring out the best from the deep-tech.


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