Regulating AI in India, of Outcomes and Processes.

The piece is a critical commentary on India’s adoption of a risk-based framework for the governance of artificial intelligence. It covers the outcomes of adopting a risk-based approach such as endemic regulatory loss and possible crisis. It also attempts to throw some light on the processes set up to enforce regulations (self-regulation aided by standards and guidelines) and the concerns it raises regarding the displacement of the democratic process.

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“Rubber-band” Secularism: How Islamic and Hindu majoritarianism repurpose colonial legal governance

In the conclusive post of the round-table book discussion, Professor Julia Stephens writes a response to the reviews for “Governing Islam: Law, Empire and Secularism in South Asia”. While analyzing the responses to her book, she simultaneously traces the paradigm of colonial secularism in the contemporary world

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