Deadline for submission of complete Chapter is 30th September 2023
The replication of human intelligence functions by machines, particularly computer systems, is known as Artificial Intelligence. Large volumes of labelled training data are ingested by AI systems, which then examine the data for correlations and patterns before employing these patterns to forecast future states. Making intelligent machines, particularly intelligent computer programmes, is a scientific and engineering endeavour.
- AI & Human Rights
- AI & IPR
- AI in Transportation Law: Legal issues
- AI & Robotics: Legal, Social and Ethical issues
- AI & Data Privacy
- AI and Right to Privacy
- Robots in Everyday life: Future and Social Acceptance
- AI and Labour Markets
- Legal Challenge in Robotics Assistance
- Robot as a Legal Person
GUIDELINES FOR THE AUTHOR
- Original, scholarly and unpublished chapters in English Language are invited from academicians, professionals and research scholars.
- The manuscript should be around 2500- 6000 words with an abstract of not more than 200 words. (The word limit is not fixed, and may be relaxed according to the content)
- The main text should be in Times Roman, font size 12 and line spacing 1.5.
- Footnotes should be as per ILI rules Times Roman, font size 10 and line spacing 1. (https://www.ili.ac.in/footnoting12.pdf)
- Article must be the original work and plagiarism free. Before acceptance of the chapter, plagiarism will be checked by the editors through the software Turnitin/ Urkund.
- Acceptance of the paper will be intimated within 7 days of submission and acceptance or rejection of the paper is completely on the discretion of the editors.
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