India's Digital Personal Data Protection Bill (DPDPB) is expected to be included when the Indian Parliament’s monsoon session begins on 17 July, according to the Financial Express. The Session will have around 20 sittings and conclude on 11 August. The Indian government released the draft DPDPB in November last year, after withdrawing the draft in August.
In a related article, the IAPP highlights that while India is prioritising the development and use of AI, the ethical and societal implications of AI are also coming under scrutiny. The tension between promoting AI and developing laws and policies to address its implications is evident in the DPDPB, which represents a challenge to full AI deployment.
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