Digital Identity System: American expert has stressed the need to develop a digital identity system like India’s Aadhaar system, which works for most people.
US Expert on Digital Identity System like Aadhaar required (US Expert on Digital Identity System) – symbolic picture
US Expert on Digital Identity System Like Aadhar: The US expert, citing the experience of the Aadhaar system in India, has recommended to lawmakers that the US create a digital identity system that is inclusive and works for most people. This was stated by Prof. Elizabeth Raineris, Founding Director of the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab at the University of Notre Dame, at a meeting of the Congress’s Artificial Intelligence Subcommittee.
“We need to create a system that is truly inclusive and works for the majority of people,” Reneris said. Responding to questions from MPs, Reneris referred to the experience of implementing the Aadhaar system in India (Digital Identity Management System). “We must avoid building digital ID systems and infrastructure in such a way that extends government surveillance, as is done under national identification systems in India or China,” he said.
Growing Digital ID Market
Reneris said, when we live in the physical world, we are rarely asked to identify ourselves, but now everything is coming in its digital component and the market of digital ID is also growing, so in such a situation There are also dangers (Public Digital Identity System). Persistent and ubiquitous identification will also require us to use these systems to avoid secrecy, including when and why identities may need to be disclosed.
Digital identity is critical infrastructure
He said, ‘If we are not careful, then we can go from giving identity as a rule to not revealing identity. We must acknowledge that digital identity is critical infrastructure (US Experts Recommends Government to Design Digital Identity System Like Aadhar). The government should set standards for secure and reliable IDs (American Expert on Aadhar Card). Those standards should address the specific challenges associated with new and emerging technologies and ensure a public choice.
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