Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States, India, and the United States will shortly develop and deploy Digital Public Infrastructure in underdeveloped nations, according to a joint statement.
The declaration mentions creating a ‘US India Global Digital Development Partnership,’ in which the two countries will pool their technology and resources to allow the development and deployment of DIGITAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTUREs in poor countries.
According to the statement, this will include sufficient protections to protect privacy, data security, and intellectual property. “The United States and India recognize the potential of Digital Public Infrastructure (DIGITAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE) approaches for enabling open and inclusive digital”.
It was further stated that US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Modi want to collaborate to give global leadership for the implementation of the DIGITAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE to promote inclusive growth, competitive markets, and the protection of individual rights.
“In this regard, the United States and India will explore how to partner together and align our efforts to advance the development and deployment of robust DIGITAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTUREs, including appropriate safeguards to protect privacy, data security and intellectual property,” the statement said.
They would look into creating a US-India Global Digital Development Partnership, which would pool technology and resources from both countries to support the development and deployment of DIGITAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTUREs in poor countries, according to the statement.