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ChatGPT and the Legal and Ethical Problems of Copyright in India

The use of artificial intelligence platforms like ChatGPT cannot be defended by invoking the conventional principles of copyright law in India. The legal and ethical issues that arise from the creation and dissemination of derivative works using AI platforms are discussed in this article.

The ChatGPT Phenomenon

The chatbot ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. However, not all are enthusiastic. Concerns about the negative aspects of artificial intelligence, such as misinformation, cyber security, and job loss, exist. If these technologies result in widespread unemployment, what is humanity’s future?


Amplifying Music with Artifi cial Intelligence

The utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the domain of music composition and production is progressively gaining traction, thereby eliciting significant inquiries regarding this technology’s involvement in musical innovation and the ownership of the resultant music.

Forging Uncharted Horizons: Navigating the Risks of AI

With its problem-solving capabilities, Artificial Intelligence (AI) could very well be the unrivalled solution to the most intractable problems of our time. However, AI might not just yet be the icing on the cake we were looking for- there are significant constraints to be considered that prevent it from being a perfect solution to all possible problems, and the debate on ethics of Artificial Intelligence remains ridden with complexities.

ChatGPT: Boon or Bane for Students?

Advanced artificial intelligence chatbots like ChatGPT have unprecedented capabilities to provide detailed and well-articulated answers to most of the questions. With technological advancement, its capabilities have increased manifold, makes it very popular among students.

Is Decent Work Elusive under Globalisation and 4IR?

The global production chain has entered the phase of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The emerging countries are not immune from the trend of technology adoption either through domestic or international competition. Excessive use of technology has subdued the possibility of creating enough decent jobs for India and other emerging countries. The weakening relationship between economic and employment growth led by intense global competition and technology penetration is likely to complicate the decent employment agenda.


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