Privacy, transparency, recourse: developing a regulatory framework for AI that wins people’s trust
The proposed Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act, which could have a bearing on data-based AI applications, does not explicitly refer to the risks of automated decisions or protection from harm. It leaves this responsibility to data fiduciaries. In the absence of any legal protection against breach of privacy and data, citizens have no recourse if their data is misused.
The first part of this series explained why artificial intelligence (AI) will have a greater impact on all aspects of human life than any other technology. The final instalment of this two-part series explores the scope of AI and what India can learn from the US and the European Union (EU) about regulating the New Age technology. India’s approach highlights the need for trustworthy AI systems in the public and private sectors; training and
- FONT SIZE
Uh-oh! This is an exclusive story available for selected readers only.
Worry not. You’re just a step away.
Exclusive Economic Times Stories, Editorials & Expert opinion across 20+ sectors
Stock analysis. Market Research. Industry Trends on 4000+ Stocks
Clean experience with
Comment & Engage with ET Prime community
Exclusive invites to Virtual Events with Industry Leaders
A trusted team of Journalists & Analysts who can best filter signal from noise
For all the latest Technology News Click Here