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Dr. Kandi Kamala
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Political Science
Government Degree College for Women (Autonomous) Begumpet
Hyderabad, Telangana (India)

Dr. Gedam Kamalakar
Dept. of Political Science
Osmania University
Hyderabad, Telangana (India)


Scholars who apply artificial intelligence to political questions seek, most generally, to expand the scope and relevance of political model analysis. By incorporating the effects of variable human notions, traditions, and meanings, they seek to humanize political models. Most early applications of artificial intelligence in political science research address substantive issues pertaining to political decision making. Most of these works apply production-system technology to construct choice models in for eign-policy decision contexts. In recent years, political applications have begun to diver sify. Today, lively research efforts flourish in widely varied application areas, such as computational text analysis, logic programming, computer learning, and conflict sim ulation. The works reviewed here constitute the early steps of a nascent program of study. Much remains to be accomplished. Nevertheless, the efforts conducted thus far suggest many potentially fruitful research avenues. Youth are the most essential and promising segment of every country’s population. India has a larger advantage over other countries in terms of becoming a global leader because we effectively tap into the youth’s potential. Quality education is the only way to achieve this. With artificial intelligence’s potential growth in India, now is the ideal time to incorporate AI in education to reap its benefits and prepare India’s young for the future. Artificial intelligence has great potential in India. India’s AI technology has the potential to make it a world leader in artificial intelligence. In India, AI technology is used effectively in nearly every area, including agriculture, healthcare, education, infrastructure, transportation, retail, manufacturing, and so on. By 2035, artificial intelligence has the potential to add US$1 trillion to the Indian economy. According to the study, AI technology in India has the potential to overcome physical capital and labor constraints, therefore creating new sources of value and growth. In India, AI technology can automate both difficult and routine processes, which may lead to better use of human resources by allowing them to focus their efforts where they contribute the most value, boosting overall efficiency. There are a few industries where the influence of artificial intelligence in India is believed to provide substantial advantages, including education, health, agriculture, infrastructure, and transportation. The most crucial segment of every country’s population is its youth. And good education is essential for it to be capable of leading the country toward a brighter future. With the influence of AI in education in India growing by the day, the education sector must adapt its plans to account for the impact of AI in education in India and how it can assist today’s young minds to become tomorrow’s capable leaders and innovators. AI in education in India will also play a key part in attaining the country’s 2030 objectives, which are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. One of these goals is to expand the number of competent instructors significantly.

Key words: Artificial Intelligence; Promising Applications, Potential Effectiveness.

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