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29 Supremo Amicus [1] (2022)

handle is hein.journals/supami29 and id is 1 raw text is: SUPREMO AMICUS

VOLUME 29 1 MARCH, 2022

ISSN 2456-9704

PRIVACY IN THE AGE OF
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: AN
INDIAN PERSPECTIVE
By VatsalMishra
L.L.MIn IPR & Tech. Law
From O.P Jindal Global Law School
By Aakrati Garg
L.L.MIn IPR & Tech. Law
From O.P Jindal Global Law School
By Vivek Kumar
L.L.MIn IPR & Tech. Law
From O.P Jindal Global Law School
Introduction
Artificial Intelligence (AI) aspires to create a
positive paradigm shift in technology by
enhancing our digital and physical worlds
with new features and tailored experiences.
Almost all of our digital services and physical
products will be augmented in the future by
Al to improve their functionality. However,
since  developing  artificially  intelligent
models requires a vast quantity of data, it puts
user privacy at risk. The growing popularity
of Al encourages data collecting, posing a
danger to privacy.
While these applications have exploded in
popularity  recently, the  research  and
development of Al dates back more than half
a century: the phrase was created in 1956,
while the idea dates all the way back to the
i DH. Autor, The skill content of recent technological
change: an empirical exploration 118(4) THE
QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS 1279, 1312
(2003).
2 S. Chatterjee, Artificial Intelligence and Human
Rights:  From    Socio-Legal  Perspectives,

late 1700s. The current momentum is being
fuelled by the availability of vast quantities
of  data,  inexpensive  and   accessible
processing power, continuing development
of statistical methodologies, and the fact that
technology has become ingrained in society's
fabric.2 When used correctly, artificial
intelligence may be beneficial to society.
However, as is the case with the majority of
developing technologies, there is a serious
possibility  that    commercial     and
governmental usage may have a negative
influence  on   human    rights.  These
technologies' applications usually depend on
the development, gathering, processing, and
sharing of massive quantities of data about
both  individual and  group   behaviour.
Individuals may be profiled and future
behaviour predicted using this data.
The report defines essential technical terms
to  help  understand  the argument and
examines how Al affects the right to freedom
of speech and the right to privacy, as well as
highlighting  major  concerns. It then
discusses the present state of Al governance,
examining    several   existing   legal,
technological, and corporate frameworks, as
well as industry-led Al projects addressing
issues of free speech and privacy. Finally, the
author makes preliminary recommendations
for rights-based solutions that civil society
organisations and other stakeholders might
explore in their Al advocacy efforts.

INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE  ON  LAW  AND
TECHNOLOGY [ICLT 2019] SCHOOL OF LAW, THE
UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES
(2019).

www.supremoamicus.org

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