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.
Arjita analyses secondary literature available on the taxonomy of documents like community guidelines, and argues they reproduce the same patriarchal conditions that allow harm in the first place.
This study examines the data practices entailed in building AI systems for healthcare and agriculture in India.
This paper explores obstacles, ideological divides and the way forward for the free and open-source software movement in India.
The paper examines the infrastructural roles played by Big Tech platforms in India and whether the Essential Facilities Doctrine can be an effective regulatory tool.
The first in a series of working papers examining the different meanings and practices of responsiblity in science and technology.
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.