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The Promise of Machine Learning from the Courts of India


Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) – adaptive computer programs that can perform functions typically associated with the human mind – offer new opportunities for improving the productivity of large-scale organizations. Recent advances in data collection, systems of aggregation, algorithms, and processing power have transformed computers from machines that perform rigidly defined tasks to machines that can learn without supervision and adapt to new inputs without the need to be reprogrammed. These advances have already brought tangible benefits in the world of business, medicine and large-scale systems more generally.

This paper explores  the potential of AI systems to improve data quality and the processes of justice.We argue that the integration of machine learning tools with newly available legal data offers a mechanism to identity biases in judicial behavior and propose real-time corrections for these behaviors, thereby streamlining the system and reducing backlog.

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