Does Artificial Intelligence give Birth to New Human Rights Challenges? – An Indian Perspective

  • Vidhi Shah Vora and Ripal Gupta
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  • Vidhi Shah Vora

    Assistant Professor at L J School of Law, India

  • Ripal Gupta

    Assistant Professor at L J School of Law, India

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Being in 20th century we are witnessing tremendous growth in terms of technology. And the pace of this growth is also increasing day by day. At present though we facing global pandemic we are stopping ourselves by evolving in using new technology. Presently Artificial Intelligence is becoming new buzzing word for technology sector. This technology somewhere replace human work by providing human intelligence. This growing technology has manifold aspect related to it. It will enhance the work quality by minimising man effort and could make their life more easier and comfortable one. AI is a huge area it can be widened in large scope and can working many sectors such as education, health, work place etc. These may raise issue with regards to human rights because these all are connected to day to day life of human where that can be interfere by the human machine. This human machine may cause human life by taking away their fundamental human rights as to work, freedom, equality etc. The study includes Indian perspective in this regard what are their position to tackle this era. In the present paper the researcher will converse on how AI and human rights contrary to each other in practical world. Especially they will take into consideration scenario of India, where they will study the present policy of the government and challenges going to be faced by them in this arena.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3074 - 3080


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