AI is rapidly developing technology with potential to revolutionize many aspects of our live. However, AI also raises several ethical and legal concerns such as potential for bias, discrimination, and misuse.
In India there is currently no comprehensive system to regulate AI. This means that there is no clear framework for ensuring that AI system used in an ethical manner.
There are number of reasons why India needs its own system to regulate AI.
- India is large and diverse country with a wide range of culture and values. This means that there is no single set of ethical principles that can be applied to all AI system.
- India is rapidly developing country with growing economy this means that there is lot of potential for AI to be used in a variety of sectors such as healthcare, education, and manufacturing. It is important to ensure that AI used in these sectors in a way that benefits society.
- India is a democracy with a strong commitment to human rights. This means that it is important to ensure that AI do not violate the rights of the people such as right to privacy and right to equality.
Therefore, the development of AI regulatory system is a complex and challenging task. However, it is essential step to ensure that AI is used for good and not to harm.
The western model has all adopted means of regulations which are intrinsically western in character. So, it is India to frame its regulation instead of copying it from west. It should be consistent with Indian ethos.