The Digital Frontier: Navigating Human Rights in the Age of Tech Transformation

  • Sandhya Raga V and Sudikssha S R
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  • Sandhya Raga V

    Student at SASTRA Deemed University, India

  • Sudikssha S R

    Student at SASTRA Deemed University, India

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In the advent of the digital era, the innovation and the development of technology is at a higher strike and currently the AI (artificial intelligence) is at the transition phase and transmutation of human life is a concern. Now the ascendency of the technology impacts human rights and the privacy of individuals is revitalised. This paper explores the thin border of the human rights and the emerging technology and it mainly strikes balance between the both. It focuses on the protection of the individual rights and protect their privacy. This study examines instances where AI has enhanced human rights while also posing a threat to them through case studies from the real world. This study delves on the various suggestions for how individuals should work together to promote an AI future that is human-centric and subsume the digital platform and the individual liberty. Technology has transformed the way we live, work, and interact with each other. It has revolutionized the world, making it easier for us to connect with people from all corners of the globe, to access information, to conduct business, and to enjoy entertainment. However, as we continue to embrace these technological advancements, we must also consider the human rights implications. The digital frontier presents a new set of challenges for human rights, such as privacy, freedom of expression, and the right to access information. In this article, we will explore these challenges and discuss the ways in which individuals, organizations, and governments can navigate the digital frontier while ensuring the protection of human rights.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 2352 - 2366


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