In this post, the author attempts to discover the potential of AI in reshaping legislative drafting and administration in India. Outdated laws, complex legal structures, and slow adaptation to technology present challenges. AI can streamline legislative research, predict legal outcomes, enhance transparency, and optimize policymaking. AI’s impact in legislative procedures is explored, including the use of AI tools and virtual parliaments. While AI offers efficiency, concerns about bias, accountability, and transparency must be addressed. The article highlights the need for a balanced approach to revolutionize the legislative landscape in India and build public trust in AI-generated legislation.
In this article, the author has shed light on the legal and regulatory aspects of the imminent wave of AI from about to enter India while referring to the recent legislative and policy developments. It also compares the same with similar developments in foreign jurisdictions for a more informed perspective on the issue.
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.