The recent enactment of India's Digital Personal Data Protection Act (DPDPA) has prompted the Indian government to regulate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in critical fields such as healthcare, banking, and aviation. Balancing the benefits of AI with personal data protection and privacy remains a challenge that the Indian government must address to ensure a sustainable and ethical digital future. In an article for the IAPP, EY Senior Cyber Security Consultant Rishi Wadhwa examines the approach and efforts afoot within the country.
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