By Varda Saxena Instagram and Facebook are tech giants who’ve created an extraordinary demand and supply of products. The services offered by them are not paid. However, such giants have revolutionised the modern-day economy. The way most markets are organised, like a market for agricultural products, these social media platforms are used by large, medium … More Analysis of Instagram’s Business Model: Economic Reflections
by Maseeh Syed Yazdani ABSTRACT Most of the world today is dependent on Artificial Intelligence whether they are aware of this or not. Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) has emerged as a discipline of computer science and ever since the start of the discipline a lot of remarkable research has been done in the field. We see … More Impact of AI on Biotechnology: Analysing the Role of Artificial Neural Networks
by Ishika Garg Whether Sections 65A and 65B of the Indian Evidence Act are sufficient in their working and meet their legislative purpose? Introduction The Cyberspace is a vast expanse of devices and information, time and again nations have tried to summarize the applicability of the Cyberspace into the realm of domestic legislations. One such … More The Electronic Evidence behind a Crime
by Kavya Balaji and Aastha Bhandari Nerualink is Elon Musk’s venture to merge man with machine, to ensure that the level of human cognitive reasoning is brought to a higher level; by doing so ensuring that humans keep pace with the advance in the intellectual progress of machines. The end goal of this project is … More The Future of Engineering With the Brain: An Analysis of Neuralink
by Jasleen Virk Histories of Human Civilization have been distraught with numerous pandemics, yet the all-consuming COVID-19 epidemic is unprecedented due to the massive number of fatalities worldwide. Countries, all over, are valiantly battling against the virus on the front of the public health sector as well as the economic sector. India, a country with myriad problems of its … More What will prevail in a Covid-19 created emergency – Fundamental Rights or Public Interest? From the lens of Data Protection Laws
By Harsh Jain & Perumalla Hari Hara Prasanna Abstract The monetary markets operate in an era of digitalisation. Digitalisation has given birth to various currency platforms like ‘Bitcoin’, ‘Ethereum’, ‘Ripple’, etc. These currencies work on a platform which enables a digital ledger of transactions that is duplicated and distributed across the entire network of programmed … More The Finance and Business World Transformation by Blockchain Technology
by Shrividya Kachawa Abstract We are in an era of intelligence, where an individual’s social skills are dependent on artificial intelligence. Digital life is claiming human capabilities and dislodging human activities. Experts believe that networked artificial intelligence can amplify human efficacy, but also challenge human control, organisation and capability. Average humans will one day be … More Technological Singularity: The Digital Nirvana of the 21st Century
by Aesha Anurag Shah Introduction The members of the parliament are currently discussing the much-awaited legislation- Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, (“PDP Bill”). The big question that arises with the PDP Bill (or with any other law that is striving to protect data privacy) is whether its aim of data protection can co-exist with the … More Data Protection and AI: Contradiction or Co-existence?
by Utkarsh Rai In the winter session of the Lok Sabha, the government tabled the much-awaited Draft of the Data Protection Bill. The contents of the Bill have caused controversy among observers. Specifically, Section 35 of the Bill has raised alarm among observers because of the wide discretion that it grants to the executive, without … More The Constitutional Validity of Section 35 of the Draft Data Protection Bill
by Parvathi Bakshi According to Morningstar, “FinTech companies are those businesses that leverage technology to create better and perhaps new financial services both for consumers and businesses. It includes companies of all kinds that may operate in personal financial management, insurance, payment, asset management, etc.” Overall, technology disruption in the financial services industry, has improved back-end … More Market trends in Fintech: Are Millennials driving financial innovation?