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India’s National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) is taking a significant step towards self-reliance in its intelligence gathering operations. The agency, responsible for conducting technical intelligence and surveillance activities for national security, will reportedly be utilizing its own indigenously developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) for these critical tasks.

NTRO’s core function involves sifting through vast amounts of technical data, including communication signals, satellite imagery, and other forms of electronic information. Traditionally, this analysis has relied on a combination of human expertise and existing technology. However, AI integration promises to significantly enhance these processes.

NTRO plays a critical role in protecting India’s national security. Its core function revolves around conducting technical intelligence and surveillance activities. This involves:

  • Signal Intelligence (SIGINT): Monitoring and analyzing communication signals to extract valuable intelligence.
  • Imagery Intelligence (IMINT): Utilizing satellite imagery (including data from NTRO’s own CORSAT and RISAT satellites) to gather insights on potential threats.
  • Technical Surveillance: Employing various technical means to gather intelligence and maintain national security.

The development and deployment of indigenous AI signifies India’s commitment to self-reliance in the critical domain of national security. By reducing dependence on foreign technologies, NTRO can ensure greater control and security over its intelligence gathering processes.

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