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This article titled ‘Virtual Internship Experience at Artificial Intelligence Law Hub: Artificial Intelligence (AI) & associated legalities, Law in the metaverse, Pegasus Spyware.’ is written by Mehek Wadhwani and discusses her internship experience at Artificial Intelligence Law Hub.
I. Name, College, year of study
Mehek Wadhwani, 3rd Year Law student, Maharashtra National Law University Aurangabad
II. Name of the organization and full address
Artificial Intelligence Law Hub (AI Law Hub)
Address: S-307, Lower Ground Floor, Greater Kailash-1, New Delhi, Delhi 110048
Website: Available Here.
Email: Available Here.
III. Duration of internship
June 1, 2021, to August 18, 2021
IV. How did you apply
I applied for the internship by emailing my CV to- Available Here.
V. Aim of the Internship at AI Law Hub
Research is a core skill that a law student carries throughout the legal carrier. Artificial Intelligence Law Hub, along with its focus on exploring the nuances of new technologies, allowed me to learn how to research in an organized manner.
Under Dr Pavan Duggal, Artificial Intelligence Law Hub is dedicated to getting ahead of such disruptive technologies, through dedicated research. I found it to be a virtual internship that actually delivered on what was promised.
VI. Main tasks during the Internship
During my 2-month long internship, I researched about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its associated legalities, Law in the metaverse, and the Pegasus Spyware. These broad topics contained several interesting sub-topics.
I was not well-versed with the Metaverse before my internship, but Artificial Intelligent law hub gave me an opportunity to expand my knowledge by researching various aspects of Metaverse, including e-commerce, consumer protection, electronic contracts, liability.
Internship with Artificial Intelligence Law hub gave me the wheels for the journey to explore the legal aspects of disruptive technologies. Unlike most internships, the focus here was to carry on a multi-dimensional, comparative study of the laws, policies, case studies, legal loopholes, areas of law in need of development, regarding the new technologies.
I was required to research the allotted topics comprehensively and submit the research along with an executive summary for each topic. Maintaining a rough folder for the referred research material and preparing an executive summary for each topic enabled me to keep track of the direction of my research.
VII. Work environment
The communications and interactions throughout the virtual internship were professional. The queries related to the research work could be clarified through email, and the response was always prompt.
VIII. Stipend (if any)
This was an unpaid Internship.
Systematic research techniques, knowledge on the new dimensions of technology law, and professionalism- the hallmarks of internship with Artificial Intelligence Law hub. I sincerely recommend this internship for law students.