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© Indic Pacific Legal Research LLP.

For articles published in VISUAL LEGAL ANALYTICA, you may refer to the editorial guidelines for more information.

New Report: Deciphering Regulative Methods for Generative AI, VLiGTA-TR-002

Generative AI has become an industry topic of utmost vogue, that perhaps we see a period of intellectual trespassing on this piece of technology. There is nothing surprising about it, since the technology itself has huge computational capabilities and represents a new form of technology portability, in the age of artificial intelligence. While some investors and start-up entrepreneurs may claim the rise of generative AI as a measure to develop early-stage AGI (artificial general intelligence), we believe the real picture is too complex to be side-lined or presumed.

In this report, all of the authors have provided a wider picture of the generative AI landscape in the context of the global economy. We have adopted a classification-based approach, where we have sorted out some of the most mainstream use cases of generative AI tools, and provided ontological categories to such applications.

Yashudev Bansal, Research Intern, Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law, has contributed to the overview of the generative AI landscape and offered amazing insights on the use cases of large language models for use cases such as legal management and drafting.

Kapil Naresh, Founder, Juriaide, has offered profound insights and a proper dissection of various legal issues related to (1) Proprietary Issues related to Intellectual Property Law, (2) Data Quality, Privacy & Content Issues, (3) Pseudonymous Disruption and (4) Digital Public Infrastructure.

It has been an honour to provide insights and exploration of legal issues such as (1) Artificial Intelligence Hype, (2) Product-Service Classifications, (3) Unclear Derivatives & Derivatives of Derivatives, (4) Proprietary Issues related to Intellectual Property Law and (5) Digital Public Infrastructure.

To conclude, it has been my pleasure to develop this report after weeks of deliberation among the authors of this report, and my VLiGTA Research Team. I express my special regards to Sanad Arora, Junior Research Associate at VLiGTA and Vagish Yadav, Advocate, the High Court of Allahabad, for their moral support.

You can read an overview of the report here.

VLiGTA-TR-002 Overview
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We are grateful to Rodney D Ryder, Founding Partner, Scriboard for authoring a Foreword to this technical report.


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