• DR. NIDHI SHARMA Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Agra College, Agra



Artificial intelligence, legal, Challenges, Regulation


Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are rapidly transforming various aspects of society, from healthcare and finance to transportation and education. While AI offers tremendous potential for innovation and efficiency, its widespread adoption raises significant legal implications and challenges. This paper examines the legal landscape surrounding AI, focusing on key areas such as privacy, liability, intellectual property, and employment law.

One of the primary concerns with AI is the privacy implications stemming from the collection, storage, and analysis of vast amounts of data. Regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the United States aim to safeguard individuals' privacy rights and impose strict requirements on data handling practices.

Another critical area of concern is liability, particularly regarding the accountability for AI-driven decisions that may result in harm to individuals or entities. Questions arise about who should be held responsible for such decisions the developers, users, or the AI systems themselves.

Furthermore, AI raises complex issues related to intellectual property, including the ownership of AI-generated works, patentability of AI algorithms, and the protection of AI innovations. Additionally, the integration of AI into the workforce raises questions about the future of employment, job displacement, and the need for new regulations to protect workers in the age of automation.

In conclusion, while AI presents unprecedented opportunities for advancement, it also poses significant legal challenges that require careful consideration and proactive regulation. Policymakers, legal professionals, and stakeholders must collaborate to develop frameworks that promote the responsible development, deployment, and regulation of AI technologies while safeguarding individual rights, privacy, and societal values.


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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: LEGAL IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES. (2024). Knowledgeable Research: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2(11), 13-32.

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