Incentivised Cooperation in the upcoming dynamics of Crypto-Economics

by Muskaan Garg Abstract The classic assumption of the theory of homo-economicus persists at the very root of Neo-classical economics. Homo-economicus is a figurative human being, derived from the term Homo sapiens. It was first defined by John Stuart Mill as “a being who desires to possess wealth, and who is capable of judging the … More Incentivised Cooperation in the upcoming dynamics of Crypto-Economics

Data Governance in the Age of 5G and AI: Decentralised Model

by Vedant Mundra & Parvathi Bakshi The fundamental challenge that data governance deals with is ensuring the benefits of the data revolution to contribute to inclusive economic development while protecting the rights of people. The latest technological developments have seen the generation, collection, storage, transfer and processing of data: with far more advanced mechanisms, leading … More Data Governance in the Age of 5G and AI: Decentralised Model

Data Privacy and Competition Law in a Digital Economy

by Sukanya Hosmani Abstract Introduction The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 was drafted by the Srikrishna Committee subsequent to the Supreme Court declaring right to privacy as a part of right to protection of life and personal liberty in the case of K.S. Puttaswamy v. Union of India.[1] Both the 2019 and the 2018 drafts … More Data Privacy and Competition Law in a Digital Economy

Trustworthiness of YouTube Recommendations: Artificial Intelligence and Bias

by Abhishek Ganguly Artificial intelligence (“AI”) has developed to an extent where it is now seen as a viable alternative to human labour and further, as an alternative for profit maximisation by corporations. For AI to work effectively, personalisation of content becomes imperative. This requires companies to collect and analyse vast amounts of data from … More Trustworthiness of YouTube Recommendations: Artificial Intelligence and Bias

Ethical Concerns in Artificial Intelligence

by Parvathi Bakshi Abstract The increase in interaction between artificial intelligence technologies and the institutions that run society such as healthcare, governance, economic etc. has also seen a rise in ethical concerns. These interactions present not only legal issues of governance and regulation but also raise the matter of underlying trust expected in technology and … More Ethical Concerns in Artificial Intelligence