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      India's Courts and Artificial Intelligence: A Future Outlook

      LeXonomica
      University of Maribor

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          Abstract

          In recent years, the legal system has used artificial intelligence technology extensively. Artificial intelligence for judicial purposes is more efficient, knowledgeable, and impartial than human judges. It has its limitations, largely based on big data, algorithms, and computing power rather than organic intelligence. Judiciary artificial intelligence cannot completely replace human judges because of differences in conceptual framework, application scenario, and ability and potential. Unambiguously stating that judicial artificial intelligence is never a replacement for human judges is crucial. The study aims to investigate the legal issues and the various ways that AI impacts the legal system. The research methodology is qualitative, inductive and descriptive.

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          Journal
          LeXonomica
          lexonomica
          University of Maribor
          1855-7155
          1855-7147
          June 29 2023
          June 29 2023
          : 15
          : 1
          : 99-120
          Article
          10.18690/lexonomica.15.1.99-120.2023
          8604bcb1-2ffd-4528-a814-97f9e0a9f38d
          © 2023
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          International economics & Trade,General law,Commercial law & legal protection,Law,Business & Corporate economics,Economics

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