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“The quality of our lives depends not on whether or not we have conflicts, but on how we respond to them,” said Thomas Crum. Dispute resolution is the primary goal of any legal system and is an indispensable part of a peaceful society. In India, the process of Justice Delivery is a long, painstaking, and time-consuming process as the Indian Judiciary is over-stressed with a large number of impending cases. As per the National Judicial Data Grid data, as on 25 June 2020, 32955339 cases are pending across the country.  In such a scenario, it becomes a necessity to have an efficient alternative dispute resolution system. Arbitration is an effective forum for the resolution of disputes. Enclosing an arbitration clause in a contract saves time and money and helps in preserving relationships as it helps in peaceful and cooperative disposal of issues.

It was the election day for Delhi Assembly Election- 2020. Hence, Associate to whom I report asked me to take a leave. However, around 10 a.m., I get a text message from my Senior asking if I would be interested in assisting him on a poll duty for a political party. Inherently being an apolitical person, I was hesitant to go. I, however, agreed after giving it a careful thought about my participation and learning involved in the whole process. Since it was near, I reached the place within an hour of confirmation, I was asked to bring my laptop along with a wi-fi dongle.

The movement of reception for AI and psychological advances proceeds unabated with far-reaching, across the globe, rapid adoption. In any case, this development of adoption brings strain to the system, as existing guideline and laws battle to manage rising difficulties. Thus, governments across the globe are moving at a rapid pace to guarantee that current laws, guidelines, and legal constructs stay important despite innovative changes and can manage new, developing difficulties presented by AI.[1] In the last article, we had discussed the inspiration and basics of AI. As an expansion of it, let’s now discuss the legality of AI and its status as a person under the Constitutional Law and Patent Law.

The alleged rape and assault of a girl in Hathras in Uttar Pradesh resulting in her death and a rushed cremation has sparked anger across the Nation. This matter first came to light on Hindi daily Jagran on the 15th of September. The incident occurred on 14 September 2020, at around 9:30 am when the victim in question, a 19-year-old Dalit lady went to the fields in Bhoolgarhi village of Hathras to gather cows feed. The fields they were working in are owned by upper-caste farmers. The victim and her mother often went there to collect grass for their animals. After some time, Gayatri could not see her daughter, who was working further away in the fields. She called out her name several times. When she didn’t hear an answer, she assumed that her daughter had gone home to drink water as it was an exceptionally hot and humid day. But when she was returning home, she saw one slipper belonging to her daughter lying upside down at the edge of the millet field.  A little ahead, she found another slipper and marks of a person being dragged into the millet fields. Overcome by sudden fear, she ran ahead only to find her daughter lying unconscious and naked.

“I visualize a time when we will be to robots what dogs are to humans, and I’m rooting for the machines.” —Claude Shannon


According to John McCarthy, the Father of AI, “He believed that AI consisted of making a machine that would actually replicate human intelligence”. The term AI was coined in 1956, but AI has become more popular today due to increased data volumes, advanced algorithms, and enhancements in computing power and storage.