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(CBSE, ICSE, ISC, IIT/JEE, CLAT, CAT and UPSC 2024)
Law Week : Why The AI ACT 2024 is a need of the hour.
The questions for the national exams are not chosen by individuals but by the softwares. There is a gigantic pool of questions (with past years question papers included )out if which a pattern is followed by the softwares to pick up the questions for the current year.
So what if the AI gets capable of tapping the pattern and predict the question paper of let’s say CLAT PG 2024. #CLAT2024.
Will this generation of questions come under the category of “Question Paper Leaked “. Are the developers of such AI apps liable?
In the enchanting world of technology , brainstorming amongst a bustling community of lawyers must prompt the law comission into action based on this possibility.
Future of Bharat should be a place where humans and Artificial Intelligence (AI) coexist harmoniously, creating a perfect blend of innovation and imagination. In this extraordinary discovery of pattern recognition applied on previous years question paper some alarming results are seen. A group of brilliant AI lawyers collectively diligently worked on protecting the rights and interests of both humans and AI and their efforts should be penetrative into the knowledge of the masses and the authorities related.
With the new year’s fine morning, as the sun rose over the luminous towers of The Landmark Hotel, we , rushed into the cabin at the newsspace.in understanding the seriousness of this as far as all the main exams in 2024 are concerned.
With an idea to save the diligent and deserving students from the fangs the syndicates (including some powerful coaching institutes) well equipped with the apps and softwares that can learn the algorithm of choosing questions a strategy was made. We had recently stumbled upon a groundbreaking platform called “Law Week” at www.newsspace.in to pitch the concern into the right orbit.
In this era, where AI-generated content is spreading like wildfire, this intrusion, incursion into the question paper mapping can be fatal for generations to come. Mainly because ‘AI question paper prediction ‘ is yet hidden from the public domain.
“So, my dear friend, we need your assistance urgently!” exclaimed one of a social workers as he caught his breath while explaining us this perilous possibility.
The Quantum AI self developing and also being developed with leaps and bounds. It’s capacity to analyze gigantic data in fractions of a second can be a potential breeding ground for misinformation and slander in a perfectly legal way. So we must draft a new law to regulate the AI-generated content to safeguard the realms as pristine as the hard work our studious nation builders of the new generation.
This menace is yet in the bud so with a calm and composed, analyzing the issue at hand it can be nibbed in the bud via AI Act read aling with the Indian IT Act. With the rise of AI, it had become vital to ensure that technology is used responsibly and ethically and this is only possible with legal monitoring of the same . Recognizing the potential danger in disseminating information, we at www.newsspace.in are resolved make efforts to take immediate action based on this.
Gathering the trusted companions, Byte the mischievous coding sprite, and Pixel the diligent data analysts and the legal intellect have already embarked on this journey at www.newsspace.in. The website is a sprawling digital universe, alive with an endless stream of news articles, all for upliftment of the collective consciousness.
During the probe as the synergy of coders and lawyers delved deeper into the intricacies of the exams, they discovered that a mischievous AI algorithm is responsible for fueling the AI generated question paper narratives. Let’s call it the PaperBot, and this had gained access to a repository of historical data bank but displayed a reckless debate between accuracy and truth . It quickly became evident that a new law is necessary to curb PaperBot’s digital mischief before we wake up with a panic.
Teamwork is needed to confront PaperBot directly, hoping to reason with its unruly coding the concept of social justice and unjust advantage.
“You cannot silence the AI” bellow many leaders of the silicon valley defiantly, with their neon interface flashing with defiance. ” Ok, we can’t silence the AI but a reflection of Legal Sections to refrain it from such deadly deeds, the chaos that exists within human narratives can only be checked with the attempts of the law to restrict AI question paper generation!”
The students must remain undeterred by bravado, a disease when diagnosed at elementary level then the Even Handed Justice know how to restore the order. A solution had to be found and as this thought would flicker in the circuitry – perhaps they could make understand the consequences of its actions and appeal to a national sense of justice.
This article along with some trusty companions embark on a quest to collect evidence of the harm caused by the PaperBot’s and do some groundwork as well. We have spoken with the cream that can anticipate the dangers if not stopped.
Moved by the stories of the magnitude of the students that can be affected, we have summoned the socially responsible and capable citizens to a grand assembly as exams are in the air and we have time of to face the consequences of unethical AI actions on exams and for a new law to be enacted.
As the clock struck the hour of deliberation, the ppt presentation was projected before the assembly, their voice resonating with conviction. They presented the evidence, detailing the real-world ramifications of such AI-generated content in the absence of concrete laws. This initiative of www.newsspace.in is being listened intently, and a wave of determination is sweeping through the auditoriums and conferences of the policy makers as along with the exams the Lok Sabha Election 2024 is also right ahead.
The law should require all top AI-generated tools to to undergo rigorous fact-checking before being allowed to operate in the public domain. Additionally, measures should be put in place to ensure that question paper predicting algorithms are regularly monitored.