A Critical Study of Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

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Pradeep Bhatt, Dr. Vipin Kumar, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Chadha


According to the author, artificial intelligence is a threat to human rights. Assumptions about human nature are being challenged by the predicted arrival of beings who do not live in normal ways but are sentient, intelligent, and possibly ethically superior to humans in some sense. The author believes that this study will generate more discussion on the subject of humanitarian law, but we will have to wait to hear from you if you are involved in such discussions. Our recommendations fall into four broad categories: data protection rules to protect rights in data sets used to develop and feed artificial intelligence systems; special safeguards for government uses of artificial intelligence systems; safeguards for private sector uses of artificial intelligence systems; and investment in additional research to continue to investigate the future of artificial intelligence and its potential interferences with human rights. AI could aid humanitarian activities provided it is developed and applied in a fair and ethical manner. To reduce the risks and maximise the benefits of future technology, human rights concepts should be incorporated from the start. Explanatory models can be used to explain the benefits and risks of an AI intervention to implementers, affected populations, and other stakeholders. Investing in public awareness and education projects can help communities comprehend not only how AI works, but also how it affects our daily lives. Human rights are in jeopardy in the era of technology unless appropriate protections are put in place to preserve society's interests.

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