In this two-part article, the author reflects upon the political theory of ‘intersectionality’ and the practice of moral policing & their influence on the regime of international law, with a perspective on how AI plays an important role in a multipolar global order.
We are delighted to bring you all the 18th episode of TCLF One-On-One. We were honoured to host Prof. Ryan Abbott as our guest for this episode. Theme- Perspectives on Innovation, Technology and Law. The increasing interface between Law and Technology Balancing Innovation and Access The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and Law In the latest …
In this guest post for our Law and Technology Blog Series, Akash Manwani (Chief Innovation Officer at Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law) has introduced the concept of Data Trusts for securing autonomy of data subjects and preventing misuse by data processors. The author explains the meaning of data trusts, highlights its importance and also provides different ways in which law can regulate such data trusts effectively.
In this article, Nitisha Agrawal and Achyut Tewari (students of Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur) decode AI Militarisation in the Indian landscape. In Part I of the series, the authors introduce the scope of AI in armed forces and delineate the steps taken by India to bolster the use of technology for surveillance, threat detection and mapping.
In this guest post, Abhivardhan (CEO of Internationalism and Founder of Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence) discusses the false equivalence of ideological conflicts vis-à-vis algorithmic journalism. The author argues that algorithmic moderation on social-media which is guided by political ideologies is an unwarranted form of private censorship. Finally, the author suggests certain reforms.
The ever advancing nature of technology means now not only human beings but also Artificial Intelligence is creating works of Intellectual investment.
In this post, the authors analyse some important questions relating to the intersection between Copyright Law and Artificial Intelligence (AI), primarily focusing upon the concept of ownership.