A Fundamental Study for Artificial Intelligence and Indian Legal Perspective

  • Amit Yadav, Bhavna Singh, Asha Rawat, Dr. Vijaylaxmi Sharma


The ability of machines to execute cognitive tasks like thinking, perceiving, learning, problem solving and decision making, is termed as Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI has evolved in ways that far exceed its original conception, and initially it is conceived as a technology that could mine human intelligence. With the help of incredible advances that are made in data collection, processing and computation power, intelligent systems can now be able to deploy to perform a variety of tasks, enable connectivity and improve efficiency. As we have its utility in a growing number of fields due to dramatic increment in AI’s capability. India future lies in sixth of the world’s population. Artificial Intelligence (AI) role is shaping in India’s development and growth is bound to be substantial as its revolution sweeps through societies and enters in our daily life. Despite of the fact that AI provide mechanisms to leapfrog traditional hurdles such as poor infrastructure and bureaucracy but for India, AI holds promise as catalyst to accelerate progress. In emerging technologies, superior research capabilities have been the cornerstone of leadership aspirations and effectively realising the growth potential which requires expertise in both core and applied research. Despite indications of recent positive efforts in this aspect of technology, in India AI research is still considered infancy and need large scale concerted and combined interventions. In this paper, with various Indian perspectives of AI we also describe fundamentals of Artificial intelligence, various opportunities and challenges for AI in India and also the work provides the brief scenario about the legal perspective of the AI in India.

How to Cite
Amit Yadav, Bhavna Singh, Asha Rawat, Dr. Vijaylaxmi Sharma. (2020). A Fundamental Study for Artificial Intelligence and Indian Legal Perspective. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(5s), 626 - 634. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/7698