Emerging Technologies and AI: Governance and Policy Landscape

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In the ever-evolving landscape of technological advancements, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has ushered in a paradigm shift across various sectors. The rapid pace at which AI is reshaping the world makes it challenging for legislators and policymakers to effectively keep up. This IGPP initiative seeks to address the need for a comprehensive approach to AI regulation while fostering innovation. The primary objective of this program is to bridge the gap between the dynamic realm of AI technology and the regulatory framework, empowering Indian lawmakers to navigate this paradigm shift effectively. This will be achieved through a multifaceted approach focusing on awareness, collaboration, and innovation.

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Report on What Indian Parliamentarians Think of AI ?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become integral to various aspects of our lives, ranging from everyday communication to complex tasks like medical diagnoses and military operations. The fast-paced evolution of AI presents a challenge for policymakers, requiring them to stay informed and grasp the technology’s potentials, opportunities, and challenges. To meet this demand, the Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics, New Delhi has encapsulated the fundamentals of AI in a handbook that can be referred to by policymakers to delve into the basics, challenges and the global perspective on AI.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become integral to various aspects of our lives, ranging from everyday communication to complex tasks like medical diagnoses and military operations. The fast-paced evolution of AI presents a challenge for policymakers, requiring them to stay informed and grasp the technology’s potentials, opportunities, and challenges. To meet this demand, the Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics, New Delhi organised a workshop titled, ‘Artificial Intelligence for Policymakers.’

Authors- Amrita Tiwari and Ranjana Kushwaha

Editor- Heena Goswami

Designer- Vansh Sachdeva

 
1. Regulation Gap Analysis and Industry Engagement

Perform thorough AI regulatory landscape analysis, involving industry stakeholders and experts to address gaps, challenges, and stakeholder expectations.

 
 2. Legislator Empowerment and Awareness 
Organize sessions for lawmakers, providing in-depth AI insights to enable balanced policy-making, fostering innovation while addressing potential drawbacks.

 

 
3. Collaborative Policy Formulation 

Establish collaborative platforms for lawmakers, industry experts, and researchers to co-create AI regulations, aligning with tech advancements and ethical concerns through open dialogues and ongoing feedback.

 

 
 4. Innovation Advocacy

Foster innovation through research, partner initiatives for responsible AI development, and serve as a bridge for balanced discussions among stakeholders.

  

Depths of Deepfake

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In recent years, the rise in deepfake technology has ushered in new era of deception, blurring the lines between reality and fiction. From manipulated videos of public figures and celebrities to doctored videos of politicians during the elections, the implications of deepfakes are far reaching.

 

 

In an era where Artificial Intelligence has made remarkable strides, one facet that has emerged as both intriguing and concerning is the realm of deepfakes. Recent deepfake incidents featuring celebs like RashmikaMandanna & TaylorSwift have raised serious concerns about tech misuse. X (formerly Twitter)’s swift action in removing TaylorSwift‘s deepfakes highlights their ability to react promptly. But, are we ensuring the same urgency for common individuals’ privacy and well-being?

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The Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics brings to you an insightful
discussion on The Telecommunications Act, 2023. Assented by the President in
December, 2023, the Act aims to replace the regulatory framework established centuries ago in order to modernize and consolidate the regulatory framework on telecommunications and to boost the sector’s growth. This discussion will help shed light on the significant highlights of the acts, what are the issues or challenges that it presents and what is the way forward.
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As artificial intelligence permeates various sectors, a pressing question emerges: Can machines be trusted? This question becomes especially critical in sectors like health, where the reliability of AI systems in tasks such as diagnosis needs careful consideration. Are AI systems safe, secure, and trustworthy?

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In Conversation with Mr. Jaspreet Bindra

Ms. Heena Goswami, Editorial Consultant, Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics discusses with Mr. Jaspreet Bindra, Founder and MD, The Tech Whisperer Limited, the role of elections in AI, the threats it poses and the opportunities it offers.

In Conversation with Ms. Tanvi Lall

Ms. Heena Goswami, Editorial Consultant, Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics discusses with Ms. Tanvi Lall, Director, Strategy, People + AI, the role of AI in making India an innovation hub, the use of AI for societal benefits and balancing innovation and responsible use of Artificial Intelligence

In Conversation with Mr. Aswin Prabhakar

Ms. Heena Goswami , Editorial Consultant, Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics discusses with Mr. Aswin Prabhakar, Policy Analyst at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, the issues caused in copyright regime due to advent of AI generated content and how can the present laws be adapted to the changing circumstances!

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