This policy brief examines limitations of existing content moderation regimes when addressing the spread of harmful content on social media and identifies additional strategies that can be utilised.
The adoption of AI in the Indian judicial system is taking place in an atmosphere of ‘organised irresponsibility’. We need a responsible innovation approach, centered on an ethic of care.
Open data initiatives could give developing economies the edge in the fourth industrial revolution. India’s approach offers learnings for all.
'Can Digital Public Goods Deliver More Equitable Futures?' is part of UNDP RBAP's knowledge briefs to help reframe and inform the ways we imagine and shape development futures in the Asia Pacific.
How might we reimagine gov-tech for citizen-driven futures? We urgently need new imaginaries to steer technology and policy toward preferable outcomes.
Much of the scholarship on AI governance is based on the experiences of a few western industrialised economies. This book imagines alternative frameworks for AI governance from the global south
This DFL report is accompanied by a graphic short that highlights the challenges faced by different, integral workers in the data life-cycles specific to healthcare and agriculture in India.
A panel discussion with 4 disability rights experts on the inaccessibility of COVID-specific digital health services.
Tech companies and investors are hailing the metaverse as the future of the web. But what are the likely human rights implications and who gets to reap the benefits?
Alongside ‘problem solving’ approaches that focus on reducing the harm produced by AI, we also need ‘problem diagnosis' approaches that examine how current AI imaginaries & economies have arisen.
The first in a series of working papers examining the different meanings and practices of responsiblity in science and technology.
This paper explores the concept of co-design between technology companies and civil society, using COVID-19 technology interventions as an entry point.
This report considers the suitability of a risk-based approach to the governance of AI in the Indian context.
This report presents an exhaustive study on the current uses of AI in India, reviewing 70+ use cases across 9 key sectors, including policing, agriculture, health, and education.
This report examines the impact of Big Tech companies on Indian markets and society.
We examine the proposed NODE framework and draw attention to issues of governance, institutional capacity, and community engagement.