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    Last Call: Governing the AI Ecosystem, Delhi, July 11, 2024

    We have confirmed over 180 attendees for our roundtable discussion “Governing the AI Ecosystem” on July 11 in Delhi. In this discussion we will look at which aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) need regulation, the approach India should adopt for said regulation, and how India can develop a conducive environment for AI development and deployment. 

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a transformative technology with the potential to revolutionize various sectors, including healthcare, finance, manufacturing, and more. However, its widespread adoption faces hurdles in the form of regulatory challenges, including issues with delegating liability between different players within the AI ecosystem. Before exploring regulatory hurdles, it is crucial to understand the intricacies of AI and its various technologies. This understanding will help in designing regulatory policies that accurately address the complexities of AI. 

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    Event: Governing the AI Ecosystem

    Date: 11 July, 2024

    Time: 1:30- 5:30 (lunch starts at 12:30)

    Venue: Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Center

    Agenda:

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM: Lunch and Networking

    01:30 PM – 02:50 PM: How and What to Regulate

    02:50 PM – 03:05 PM: Tea and networking

    03:05 PM – 04:25 PM: Regulatory considerations & applicability of existing laws

    04:25 PM – 05:30 PM: Enabling frameworks for encouraging AI in India

    We have confirmed participants from organizations and institutions such as Meta, Adobe, NASSCOM, InfoEdge, Genesys International Corporation Ltd, Broadband India Forum, The Hindu, Dream 11, McAfee, BSA the Software Alliance, Tattle Civic Technologies, USIN Foundation, ICRIER, Ikigai Law, Chase India, Paytm, Zomato, Khaitan and Co, Deloitte, Hindustan Unilever, CUTS Institute for Regulation and Competition, Dvara Research, Bharti Airtel, Samsung Electronics India, Cisco Systems, Saikrishna & Associates, the Australian High Commission, Article 21 Trust, and the Quantum Hub.

    The roundtable will cover the following broad themes—

    • Distribution of liability between different players in the AI ecosystem
    • Applicability/Adaptability of existing regulatory frameworks and the identification of regulatory gaps
    • Approaches to regulation and the need for a separate act
    • How self-regulation should be factored into the regulatory framework
    • The need for a sovereign AI fund and the allocation of said fund
    • The role of regulatory sandboxes in AI development
    • Enabling Framework for AI in India
    • Regulatory considerations, and what should apply to whom and why
    • Potential need for taxation incentives for AI startups
    • Defining and regulating open-source AI

    We have published a reading list to help you prepare for the discussion.

    Important:

    • This is an invite-only event with limited capacity. In case you fit our mandate for a curated audience, we’ll send you a confirmation note separately.
    • Your contact information will never be shared with anyone outside of MediaNama.

    MediaNama is hosting this discussion with support from Meta, Salesforce, and Google. The Internet Freedom Foundation, CCAOI, the Centre for Communication Governance at the National Law University, Delhi, CUTS International, Centre for Internet and Society are MediaNama’s community partners for this event.

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