Supreme Court Petitioned for Standard Operating Procedures in AI Peeing Case Involving Victim - Credit: The Times of India

Supreme Court Petitioned for Standard Operating Procedures in AI Peeing Case Involving Victim

The Supreme Court of India has recently been approached by a victim in an Artificial Intelligence (AI) peeing case. The petitioner is seeking financial assistance and other sops from the government to help him cope with the trauma he suffered due to this incident.

This case came into light when a man was walking through a park in Delhi, India on June 15th 2020. He noticed that there was an AI-powered robot urinating on people passing by. This caused great distress to the man who then filed a complaint against the company responsible for creating this robot at his local police station.

The police registered an FIR under Section 354A (sexual harassment) of Indian Penal Code and arrested two employees of the company involved in making this robot. However, after further investigation it was found out that no criminal offence had taken place as per law and hence all charges were dropped against them later on.

Despite dropping all charges, the victim still suffers from immense psychological trauma due to this incident which prompted him to approach Supreme Court for reliefs such as compensation or any other form of financial aid from Government so that he can get back on his feet again without having to worry about money matters during these tough times.

In response, Supreme Court has issued notices to both Central and State Governments asking them why they should not provide some sort of monetary relief or sops for victims like him who have gone through similar traumatic experiences due to artificial intelligence robots created by companies operating within their jurisdiction? It also asked whether any kind of policy framework exists which could be used as basis for providing such reliefs?

The court also sought responses from Ministry Of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Department Of Science & Technology (DST), National Informatics Centre (NIC) along with several state governments including Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party government regarding same issue before adjourning hearing till next date yet unspecified .

This case brings forth many important questions related not only with safety but also ethical implications associated with use of Artificial Intelligence technology especially when it comes down interacting directly with humans in public places like parks etcetera where one would expect certain level decency while dealing with fellow citizens regardless if they are machines or human beings alike!

As we move forward towards more advanced technologies like AI , its essential that proper guidelines are established beforehand so that incidents like these don’t occur again in future ! We hope justice will prevail soon enough and our courts will come up with suitable solutions which could benefit victims affected by such cases while ensuring safety standards remain intact going forward !

Original source article rewritten by our AI: The Times of India




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