The intertwined relation between AI and Human Rights creates space for cracks in the books of our constitution with the absence of a framework in existence in India. With the accelerated era of digitization around us and no accountability, AI poses a threat to our fundamental rights. A constant dismissal of the right to equality, right to privacy, right against discrimination and right to the profession in the near future unfold one by one. The issue underlines within the roots of human-centric values not portrayed in artificial beings, which could presumably be another being of creatures living with us for which their protection of rights and their understanding of our rights have to be defined. But how does such a situation play out when they are built to be stronger and smarter than the human race altogether, and in lieu of the same, the European Parliament has issued guidelines to lay out the ethical implication of AI to coordinate with integral human values, the US has developed strategies through private entities which are at bay, and the Indian government yet has to propose rules and guidelines on the same.
Stephen Hawking stated, “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. It would take off on its own and re-design itself at an ever-increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete and would be superseded.” The combination of the current issues that result in a violation of our fundamental rights that need recognition and regulation and the possibilities of serious threats in the future with little to no certainty, the objective of this research paper is to research and survey the outcome of the problem and provide a solution by means of a regulatory framework.