The Indian Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Law is a scholarly publication that explores the intersection of AI and law in the Indian context, featuring articles and research on topics such as ethics, governance, policy, and innovation.
This is the Volume 2, Issue 2 of the Journal.
List of Published Works in this Issue
Thaler v Commissioner of Patents  FCA 879: DABUS – An ‘Inventor’?
Rahul Kanna & Pallavi Singh, Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat, India
Crossing the Rubicon: Evaluating the Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Law and Singapore Courts
Tor Ming En, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Artificial Intelligence and Terrorism Prevention: Finding a balance between Privacy Right and National Security
Prince Samuel Amadi & Herbert Best Eti, Solicitors, Supreme Court of Nigeria
Interview Transcripts for AI Now in partnership with the Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law for AI Now
On AI and Web3, featuring an Intellectual Property Angle with Ankit Sahni, IP Law Practitioner
Aditi Sharma, Chief Managing Editor
On the Council of Europe’s approach to AI Ethics with Gregor Strojin, President, CAHAI
Akash Manwani, Special Associate Editor
On the Pendency of Cases in the Supreme Court of India, with Ayan Chandra & Shubham Pandey, IIT Kharagpur
Mridutpal Bhattacharyya, Deputy Managing Editor