In this paper, the main objective is to explore the intricate interplay between Intellectual Property and AI and how the prevailing laws need to be remodelled to reflect the increasing prominence of AI in our daily lives.
Artificial Intelligence has already invaded Indian farming. Huge advances have been seen with the help of AI-related tech. However, there remains the possibility of over automating the system, resulting in the loss of livelihoods of millions of farmers.
Chief Justice of India (CJI) D.Y. Chandrachud on Saturday said that in an increasingly digitised world, the Indian judiciary was working to make judgments from various courts available in all Indian languages