ANALYSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW IN INDIAN CONTEXT
Author(s):
Nibedita Basu, Dr. Rhishikesh Dave
Keywords:
Artificial Intelligence, Law, Machine Learning, Legal Framework, Judiciary, Corporate law, Law enforcement.
Abstract
The role of artificial intelligence has become widespread in various sectors and its prevalence as well as applicability has become an issue of even more significance since the Covid-19 pandemic. Law enforcement and judiciary has also witnessed rapid incorporation of machine learning and AI, extending its scope not just within litigation and lawyers, but also with judiciary as well as business corporations in the paradigms of corporate law. Artificial intelligence and its involvement in the legal domain has been constantly evolving, with more concerns raised on its validity with relation to replacing human intelligence in matters involving empathy, ethics and socio-cultural ideals. At the same time, AI has been lauded for its role in reducing cumbersomeness in accessing and analysing past legal history, for promoting legal analytics, cost-efficiency and productive functioning of judiciary and corporate proceedings. The main concerns regarding law and AI are two-fold: first, being a conceptual issue about the shortcomings of machine learning in law; and second being a practical one regarding its effects on social behaviour and future scope of law; both judicial and corporate. This study is concerned with not just judicial but also legal publishers, legal business departments, and AI services helping shape up and regulating legal frameworks. While a lot of related studies focus on the negative effects of AI in law, this study envisions a top-down deductive approach to analyse the incorporation of artificial intelligence in law from a global perspective, and then narrow down the focus to study regional legal implications in the Indian context.
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Unique Paper ID: 157778

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 6 - 11
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