During a bilateral discussion, US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the considerable cooperation between India and the US in a variety of areas, including advanced computers, artificial intelligence, telecommunications, and higher education.

A joint Indo-US quantum coordination system has been formed by the two countries to promote cooperation between business, academia, and governmental organisations.

Additionally, a new implementation agreement on quantum, advanced wireless, and artificial intelligence technologies has been struck between India and the United States. In the area of telecommunications, the cooperation also focuses on developing Open Radio Access Network (RAN) systems and other 5G and 6G technologies. Field tests, rollouts, and scale deployments are all included in the cooperation in these areas, which is funded by the US International Development Finance Corporation.

Both countries are utilising their talent in the STEM disciplines because they understand the value of interpersonal relationships and higher education. Through the Association of American Universities and the Indian Institute of Technologies, they hope to create a network of universities. This network will promote collaborations and exchanges in a range of disciplines, such as agriculture, energy, and health. Collaboration in higher education should improve teamwork on global concerns and encourage innovation. The joint initiatives between India and the United States highlight a common dedication to development and mutual advancement. The extensive collaboration across numerous industries is a reflection of the two countries' growing strategic engagement and opens up new opportunities for technical improvements that will benefit both nations as well as the rest of the world.

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