C20: Educación y Transformación Digital ha llegado a más de 15.000 personas en todo el mundo

La participación de ciudadanos de 106 países en los últimos meses demuestra que las diversas tradiciones culturales son una fuente de fortaleza para compartir conocimientos en esta era digital.

C20 Summit on Education & Digital Transformation focuses on a culture of the heart

Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri emphasised that our education system needs a total revamp so that it can create more compassionate people, more who express love rather than hate.

La Cumbre C20 sobre Educación y Transformación Digital se enfoca en una cultura del corazón

Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri enfatizó que nuestro sistema educativo necesita una renovación total para que pueda crear más personas compasivas, que expresen más amor que odio.

C20: Technology must be grounded in compassion

The use of technology and creation of policies surrounding it must focus on a human-centric approach that does not infringe on fundamental human rights.

C20: La tecnología debe basarse en la compasión

El uso de la tecnología y la creación de políticas en su entorno deben centrarse en un enfoque centrado en el ser humano que no infrinja los derechos humanos fundamentales.

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C20: Summit on Technology, Security & Transparency focuses on a more equitable and inclusive digital world

Instead of technology raising alarming concerns about the future of humankind, it can be used to gather and share the talents of all people. This can bring transformational changes to India as a nation, and Civil 20 is a channel to bring these unique success stories to the entire world.

The Civil 20 (C20) Summit on Technology and Security for One World took place at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore. Several dignitaries from India and abroad attended the inaugural ceremony of the two-day event hosted at the university by the official Working Group on Technology, Security & Transparency.

“Humanity is facing extraordinary challenges today, including on subtler levels, which we may be unable to perceive or understand. The huge leap in science and technology, along with misuse of the internet and increasing drug abuse among students, are contributing to the predicament we now face. The negative aspects of technology are raising alarming concerns about the future of humankind. Now we see a new generation growing up devoid of a conscience and moral values. As a result, violence, in various names and forms, is rising,” said Amma in her video address as Chair of C20.

“All new discoveries usually come with a negative side. The once evident problems have now shifted from the gross to the subtle and, consequently, become stronger. Technology has increased conveniences and made life comfortable, but its abuse and dangers have also increased. Extensive research on the negative impact of any new invention or discovery is essential before it is deployed to the population at large, as these can also mean unique, new hazards.

“We need to find solutions to their potential negative repercussions and threats that could manifest. While we are in a hurry to connect to science, technology and the internet, we have become disconnected from many things—our true self, our atma, our environment, nature, love, and life. And this disconnected us from spiritual values, which can heal all the disconnections in our life.”

Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu, Shri RN Ravi, addressed the delegates: “India is hosting the Presidency of G20. This is a unique opportunity for the country to offer policy recommendations rooted in its larger divine mandate. Millennia ago, our sages discovered the divine truth of oneness of all creation and that there was no difference between the creator and the created. There cannot be a more powerful way of resolving the world’s differences than accepting diversity as variations of the same. universal truth. We need to take this quintessential India experience of oneness of all humanity to the entire world.

“An evolutionary transformation is happening in India today, with the world looking at us with hope. This has been possible by moving from the Government-centric approach of the last seven decades to a people-centric approach now. Our successes have been made possible by the use of technology through initiatives like the Jan Dhan Yojana, Digital India, the JAM trinity and the UPI.

“Such technology has impacted millions of lives in India by helping deliver services online. It also helped us navigate the pandemic better than many other countries, with 800 million people getting food at their doorsteps. Today, our progress is immense. Every government scheme now involves the people in a mass campaign, leading to impressive outcomes.”

He also expressed: “No country can make progress without harnessing the power of women. We had a huge gender imbalance in India for many centuries. Due to efforts of the last several years, the trends show that we may have finally overcome the challenge, and India may for the first time be having more women than men. In Tamil Nadu itself, the latest revision of electoral rolls show that the state today has 15,000 more women electorate than men.

“This transformation has been made possible with the use of technology and involving the civil society in policy-making as equal partners. Technology has a huge contribution in triggering innovation. In 2014, India had less than 500 startups. Today, we have more than one lakh. Harnessing the talent of people through technology is bringing transformational changes to the country. We now have a powerful opportunity through C20 to take these unique success stories of India to the international community to make the world a better place.”

As Troika Member C20, Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri said in his address: “Science and technology are extremely beneficial but can also be fatally dangerous, depending on how they are utilised. They can pose a threat to humanity when handled by people lacking in understanding, compassion, and discernment. What role tradition played in the past in human evolution has now been taken over by technology.

“The question is: ‘Do we have a clear direction about the future, or are we clueless?’ Communicating with others today doesn’t involve the human element as there is no need for face-to-face interactions. Even emotions have been turned into symbols through emojis. Technology does not always present positive influences, as it provides more distraction than focus.”

Swamiji explained: “Generative AI can be a powerful tool of misinformation and be risky to humanity. Spirituality and the Internet are two distinct niches for human pursuit of knowledge and wisdom. Today’s social media and content platforms are gamechangers, even for new spiritual aspirants who seek a connection to the perceived values in early stages of their journey.

Photo 1:  In her video message, Amma explained that while we are in a hurry to connect to science, technology and the internet, we have become disconnected from many things—our true self, our atma, our environment, nature, love, and life.   

Photo 2: The world is at a crossroads where it can combine the wisdom and beauty of tradition with modern technology to unite humankind on a larger scale than ever. The evening's cultural performances captured that ethos.

Photo 3: Shri RN Ravi, Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu, emphasised how technology has helped enable the empowerment of women.

Photo 4: Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri said science and technology are extremely beneficial but can also be fatally dangerous, depending on how they are utilised.

Photo 5: Amrita’s Prof Krishnasree Achuthan is a National Coordinator of the Technology, Security & Transparency Working Group.

Photo 6: Amma expressed that by reconnecting to spiritual values, we can heal all the disconnections in our lives.   

Photo 7: The sessions focused on four key areas, namely, Technology for Empowerment; Artificial Intelligence and Data for Society; Transparency, Trust & Disinformation; and Security, Safety and Resilience.

C20: La Cumbre sobre Tecnología, Seguridad y Transparencia se enfoca en un mundo digital más equitativo e inclusivo

En lugar de que la tecnología genere preocupaciones alarmantes sobre el futuro de la humanidad, se puede utilizar para agrupar y compartir los talentos de todas las personas. Esto puede aportar cambios transformadores a toda la India como nación, y Civil 20 es un canal para transmitir estas historias de éxito únicas al mundo entero.

La Cumbre Civil 20 (C20) sobre Tecnología y Seguridad para un mundo digital se ha llevado a cabo en el campus de la Universidad Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham de Coimbatore. Varios dignatarios de la India y del exterior asistieron a la ceremonia inaugural del evento de dos días organizado en la universidad por el Grupo de trabajo oficial sobre Tecnología, Seguridad y Transparencia. 

AYUDH Mauritius brings food to mothers and children in need

For the youth volunteers it was an opportunity to practise what Amma means when she speaks about ‘compassion in action’.

The AYUDH chapter with Amma Centre Mauritius led a team to a slum area to conduct a soup kitchen for the people living there. AYUDH is the Mata Amritanandamayi Math’s global youth initiative.

AYUDH Mauricio ofrece comida a madres y niños necesitados

Para los jóvenes voluntarios fue una gran oportunidad para practicar lo que Amma quiere decir cuando habla de “compasión en acción”.

La sección de AYUDH junto con el Centro Amma de Isla Mauricio desplazaron a un equipo a un barrio pobre para montar un comedor de beneficencia destinado a las personas que viven en aquella zona. AYUDH es la iniciativa juvenil global del Mata Amritanandamayi Math.

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