News agency PTI has quoted official sources as saying that heads of state and other top leaders will be welcomed by ‘avatars’ generated from artificial intelligence at the ‘Mother of Democracy’ exhibition to be organized at the Bharat Mandapam to commemorate the G20 summit. The report states that the exhibition will showcase India’s democratic traditions “from the Vedic period to the modern era”.
Additionally, it is reported that text content as well as audio will be presented in “16 global languages”, including English, French Mandarin, Italian, Korean, and Japanese.
The report further states that the history of India’s democratic ethos will be shown and recounted through 26 interactive screens arranged in various kiosks. The statue of a Harappan girl will be placed in the center of the hall, whose actual height is 10.5 cm, but it was made in bronze with a height of 5 feet and a weight of 120 kg.
Not only this, the report also states that here the election traditions of India will be displayed in the modern era, when the first general elections after independence were held in 1951-52 and the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.