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.
Month: October 2020
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.
In this article, Achintaya Soni, a third-year law student at University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, has discussed the implications of the recent Supreme Court judgement in NAFED v. Alimenta on enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. The author argues that the interpretation of ‘public policy’by the judiciary is unpredictable and emphasizes the need to narrowly and uniformly interpret the term under the 1996 Arbitration Act.
In this post, the author argues that the recent SEBI Procedural Guidelines may undermine the liberty of the businesses’ voting advice and establish formidable barriers to entry for new firms. The author also contends that the broadcast of confidential information (i.e. research methods and techniques) by proxy advisers would destroy their business model.
In this three-part blog , the author analyses whether cryptocurrencies can be taxed under the GST regime in India.
In Part I, the author explains the nuances of Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, and Bitcoins and further analyses the approach of Indian Regulatory bodies with respect to these virtual currencies.