Siddhartha Paul Tiwari

Siddhartha Paul Tiwari

Siddhartha Paul Tiwari (born 13 June 1979 in Jabalpur) is an academic and researcher. Currently, he’s employed with Google Asia Pacific, Singapore. Prior to that, based in Tokyo, he led learning and development for Google and was a product lead (entrepreneur in residence). He is known for his pioneering work in e-governance, digital intervention strategies and information and communication technologies (ICT). During his career, Tiwari has been actively involved in the development of user trust, safety, and privacy. A number of education, learning, and development projects have been launched by Tiwari at Google. Tiwari has authored official reports on a wide range of public policy issues. Previously, Tiwari has held faculty positions at Indian Institute of Management Indore, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and Tokyo Institute of Technology. He was also part of National Assessment and Accreditation Council's curriculum reform committee and was involved in setting the curriculum for postgraduate engineering and technology programs in India. He is a widely recognised subject matter expert for his leadership and success in the internet business and has delivered a wide range of invited speaking engagements at various conferences, events and educational institutes.
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    Re-emergence of Asia in the New Industrial Era
    Technium Social Sciences Journal, 29(2022), 471–480
    Preview abstract The dawn of the new industrial era (Fourth Industrial Revolution or 4 IR, Industry 4.0, “McLuhan” stage) characterised by IT-based modern technologies and global value chains has regained the Asian economic strength. Overarching impact of 4 IR is expected on the physical, digital and biological world. Several Asian countries have maintained high growth and have displayed true globalization by possessing elements and desiderata of the 4 IR. Asia has also displayed its innovative strength in many determinants of 4 IR. Although a gradual transition from labour to capital to talent is slated to happen, Asia will have its own amalgam of the three case-by-case. For example, some Asian countries have demographic assets to use labour in lowskill jobs and they will continue to compete as low-cost manufacturing hubs for a substantially long period despite high proportion of ageing people and less birth rate. Human talent-intensive services like healthcare and education stand to benefit from 4 IR by way of cost-reduction but concerted efforts of public and private sectors are needed in these areas. Unemployment and inequality may rise initially but may be offset to a sizeable extent by new jobs and engagements and also by reorientation of knowledge, skill and attitude, the three realms of education, through continuous training, skill upgradation and self-renewal. There could be eugenic effects such as defect-rectification at early developmental stages and ultimately moving towards designer human beings in the long long run. Significant role of the state, policy and mode of governance was observed in bringing about the 4 IR. It is hoped that while thriving on the fruits of 4 IR, all stakeholders would also unite for maintaining a vigil and holding up the human values like conscience, creativity and empathy to mar the possible ill-effects of the 4IR that could be dreaded in its most dehumanized form in the long run. View details
    Emerging Trends in Soybean Industry
    Soybean Research, Soybean Research 15(1): 01-17 (2017)(2017), Not sure
    Preview abstract Soybean is the most globalized, traded and processed crop commodity. USA, Argentina and Brazil continue to be the top three producers and exporters of soybean and soymeal. Indian soy-industry has also made a mark in the national and global arena. While soymeal, soyoil, lecithin and soy-derivatives stand to be driven up by commerce, the soyfoods for human health and nutrition need to be further promoted. The changing habitat of commerce in soy-derivatives necessitates a shift in strategy, technological tools and policy environment to make Indian soybean industry continue to thrive in the new industrial era. Terms of trade for soy-farming and soy-industry could be further improved. Present trends, volatilities, slowdowns, challenges faced and associated desiderata are accordingly spelt out in the present article. View details
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