Artificial Intelligence and Child Rights: An Analysis

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Journal Title: International Journal Of Legal Developments And Allied Issues
Author(s): Atul Jain
Published On: 20/06/2022
Volume: 8
Issue: 3
First Page: 122
Last Page: 129
ISSN: 2454-1273
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Atul Jain, Artificial Intelligence and Child Rights: An Analysis, Volume 8 Issue 3, International Journal Of Legal Developments And Allied Issues, 122-129, Published on 20/06/2022, Available at https://ijldai.thelawbrigade.com/article/artificial-intelligence-and-child-rights-an-analysis/

Abstract

AI is a field of science with many approaches, advances in machine learning, deep learning and promotes a paradigm shift in nearly every field of the tech industry.  AI  is  used   in  cities  for  public  safety  and  traffic  organization  purposes; in hospitals, through applications in devices that assist doctors in detecting diseases; in education with the use of algorithms   that   create   possibilities   for   customized   learning  or   facial   recognition   technologies;   and entertainment. As Artificial Intelligence-based technologies are increasingly integrated into modern life the children are also affected by this. The potential impact of artificial intelligence on children deserves special attention, given children’s heightened vulnerabilities and the numerous roles that artificial intelligence will play throughout the lifespan of individuals who are born in the 21st century. While there are many unknowns about Artificial Intelligence, we do know that it will have an effect on nearly every aspect of our lives and that in many ways the impacts will be greater for children from how they are conceived and born to the resources and learning methods available to them, as well as the occupations they will be trained for. This truth entails a great deal of both opportunity and risk. The problem is that when AI harms children, the harm will last a long time and follow them into adulthood. However, AI for children has a ton of potential in terms of improving learning, growth, protection, and opportunities. It’s crucial that all these discussions take place now because the future well-being in every nation depends on the stable growth of children and the cost of disappointing our future generations is immense.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Child Rights

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