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China's big tech crackdown; Niti Aayog proposes AI oversight body

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Good morning, Here’s your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News! There's some more news on the progress o
 
November 18 · Issue #335 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News!
There’s some more news on the progress of India’s national artificial intelligence strategy, but no news on expected government policy approvals.
Government think-tank Niti Aayog circulated a draft this month ‘Working Document: Enforcement Mechanisms for Responsible #AIforAll’ (PDF download link), in which it recommends setting up an oversight body for the national AI strategy which will play an enabling role regarding technical, legal, policy and societal aspects of AI.
However, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant had said six weeks ago that a memo was being drafted for submission to the cabinet and a policy decision on national AI strategy implementation could be expected within 60 days. So, far no news on any memo or a decision from the cabinet.
Have a good day!
/Carrington

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