Artificial Intelligence Is Useful For Judicial Process But Can’t Replace Humans: Chief Justice Of India

“Though I must make one thing clear: Because we have been dealing with the introduction of artificial intelligence in courts, I am firmly of the view, based on the experience of systems that have used artificial intelligence, that it is only the repetitive area or decision making such as rates of taxation, etc., or something that is invariably the same or which is in a sense mechanical, and that must be covered by artificial intelligence,” he said.


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