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If you listen to this song, it is easy to think that the song was made by Drake, but the truth is it wasn’t. That, was an AI generated song, uploaded a few months ago, and has since raised some important questions. How can we prevent AI from using...
Introduction In December 2023, the European Union (“European Union”) took a significant step forward in addressing concerns about artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies. They reached a provisional agreement on the draft of the Artificial Intelligence Act on 2nd February, 2023 (“AI Act”). You can access the draft of...
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) recently on 15th March, 2024 issued a revised advisory concerning the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) models by Intermediaries. This revised advisory was made to supersede a previous advisory issued on March 1, 2024, which, inter alia, required prior and explicit permission...
Background The famous comedian and author Sarah Silverman (Silverman et al v. OpenAI, Inc. et al, 23-cv-3416), and the famous author Paul Tremblay (Tremblay et al v. OpenAI, Inc. et al, 23-cv-3223), also representing other authors, (“Authors”), had filed a lawsuit against tech giant OpenAI alleging that the company used...
Imagine a future where the voice of a legendary singer, long deceased, is brought back to life to sing new songs. With the advent of AI voice cloning, this future is not just a possibility but a looming reality. This piece explores the implications of AI voice cloning in...
In the recent few months, artificial intelligence products such as Midjourney, Stability AI and ChatGPT have taken the forefront in terms of innovation in technology. These “AI Generative Tools” are designed to respond to text-based inputs and generate images, pictures or information. The tools can generate works that can...
AI-generated artwork has been on the rise for quite some time with varied experiments such as Walter Thompson’s The Next Rembrandt and Obvious’ Edmond De Balamy both of which required a sophisticated software specially designed for this purpose, a varied dataset and a collective of intellectuals all working towards...

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