By bringing together researchers and practitioners, Digital Futures Lab sought to understand whether the data annotation industry can operate ethically, and if so what steps would be necessary.
How do AI tools in the court system translate materially? Could justice be compromised for the sake of efficiency? DFL's latest Tech and Society Dialogues session offers some answers.
The avatar generator, Lensa, has stoked the fires of the AI art debate; Sasha John considers both sides and poses some more important questions on the implications of AI art.
How might we reimagine gov-tech for citizen-driven futures? We urgently need new imaginaries to steer technology and policy toward preferable outcomes.
DFL collaborated with GIZ & HSRC to create a capacity-building course - and a handbook on how to replicate it - geared toward policymakers invested in learning more about AI governance.
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.
We are working with the team at Research ICT Africa to develop a rights based index for Responsible AI.
What does it mean to decolonize AI ? What are the capacities and institutions that needed to meaningfully shift power in our AI futures?
We submitted comments on the Data Access and Accessibility Policy 2022.
Can a model of personal data as an economic asset deliver AI for social good?
This piece explores the implications of adopting a risk-based approach to regulating Artificial Intelligence in India.
Summary of discussions at our workshop on Data Practices for Machine Learning
We are working on an a collection of essays on AI ethics and governance in Asia. Some highlights from our recent authors workshop.
Urvashi contributed to this annual publication from the Shanghai Institute for Science of Science, as one among 52 global AI experts.
Sandeep Mertia shares insights his recent book ( Editor) Lives of Data: Computational Cultures in India.
This blog examines the recently proposed regulations for AI by the European Commission.
The blog explores additions made by the latest Draft National E-commerce Policy to regulate digital platforms.
Nayantara Ranganathan presents her latest paper on the use of biometric data for private sector profit in India.
In this talk, Bidisha Chaudhuri discusses how India's digital identity system is altering the relationship between citizens and the state.
Rajesh Hanbal & Janaki Srinivasan present their latest paper on data production in government information systems.
We wrote a chapter on Big Tech in a volume on Big Tech and Democracy by the Centre for Communication Law and Governance .
The webinar presents some of the key learnings and recommendations from our research on AI in India, and features a moderated panel discussion on the governance of AI in India.