AI-powered Indian Judiciary - A boon or a bane
Author(s):
Anchit Jain
Keywords:
artificial intelligence in law, E-Courts, prediction on law cases
Abstract
The utilisation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the legal sector and Indian Judiciary has shown significant growth over the last decade. AI technologies, such as machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, and computer vision, have been utilised in a range of legal activities, such as legal research, contract analysis, and forecasting case results. The utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of law has the promise of enhancing operational effectiveness and diminishing expenses. However, it also gives rise to apprehensions over privacy, bias, and the obligation to answer for one's actions. This research paper presents a comprehensive examination of artificial intelligence (AI) and its various implementations within the legal sector. The article examines the advantages and difficulties of employing artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of law, while also delving into the ethical and legal consequences of implementing AI in the legal system
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 162302

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 9

Page(s): 171 - 208
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