India's Model of Internet Governance: A Highlight
Aditi Sharma, Junior Associate Editor, The Indian Learning. Internet Governance has been a hot gossip of the era. To take control of the...
Volume 2, Issue 2 (2022)
'The Indian Learning' is a special magazine that features efforts to encourage articles and pieces in the field of AI, Business Ethics, Law and Tech as a whole. We publish our position statements, general updates and further developments that are connected with the ecosystem of artificial intelligence ethics.
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Kshitij Naik, Chief Managing Editor
Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law
Aditi Sharma, Managing Editor
Former Research Member, Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence & Law
Mridutpal Bhattacharya, Senior Associate Editor
Former Member, Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence & Law
Abhishek Jain, Senior Associate Editor
Alumnus, National Law University, Delhi