CONSTITUTIONALISM AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

CONSTITUTIONALISM AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

This article is written by Mustafa Khan of Integral University, Lucknow, an intern under Legal Vidhiya ABSTRACT This exploration navigates the complex terrain of digital constitutionalism in India, dissecting government surveillance practices, the legality of surveillance tools, and data privacy frameworks. From historical legislations like the Telegraph Act, 1885, to contemporary Read more…

CJI, DY Chandrachud, Artificial Intelligence, IIT Madras

Chief Justice of India Cautions on the Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence at IIT Madras Convocation

Keywords: CJI, DY Chandrachud, Artificial Intelligence, IIT Madras At the 60th Convocation Ceremony of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud raised concerns about the potential risks and challenges posed by Artificial Intelligence (AI). While acknowledging the growing popularity and utility of AI, Read more…

ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN LEGAL SYSTEM

ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN LEGAL SYSTEM

This article is written by Siddhartha Gupta of NMIMS Deemed University, an intern under Legal Vidhiya. ABSTRACT: This research article delves into the profound influence of technology on the legal system, focusing specifically on its role in legal research. Over the years, technology has revolutionized the way legal professionals conduct Read more…

AI vs. LAWYERS

AI vs. LAWYERS

This article is written by Samriddhi Mishra of National Law University, Odisha of 2nd semester, an intern under Legal Vidhiya Abstract The influence of artificial intelligence is predicted to be as great as that of the industrial revolution. The legal area will be significantly impacted by growing AI, as will Read more…