AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the field of commandment must be an instrument for increasing capabilities of lawyers and not for computerizing the profession, Justice A K Sikri, the Supreme Court judge, claimed this week. This suggestion by Justice Sikri will be helping to augment the global artificial intelligence market.
Justice Sikri claimed that AI makes easy for an advocate to turn out to be more competent in setting free his responsibilities but can’t take the position of a lawyer since advocacy is a subject of human empathy and emotions.
“When study is worried, it is good. But there are particular features of lawful profession when it comes to judges and lawyers such as giving righteousness by the judge. In most of the incidents, some of the profitable cases apart, the reasons of equity, human empathy, emotions, and sense of justice might remain.
“Certainly, cases are to be determined based on what the commandment is. But when it comes to verdict, we speak of the aggravating and mitigating reasons. It all takes place in the court at the time of advocacy,” Justice Sikri claimed while giving the keynote address at the time of the roll out of Legitquest, a lawful-tech venture and a website planned at making lawyering easier.
The site, which has well-known jurist Ram Jethmalani as its supporter, has designed a unique platform for lawful organization to study professionally by offering authorization to comprehensive and vast lawful database to consumers.
“When we speak of AI, it is in different segments where it is going to assist such as research. It assists not only in the study but also in discovering what the commandment is. Right from the starting where the issue originates, how it is to be dealt with, how it is to be resolved, and how the digital information can assist us,” claimed Justice Sikri.
“AI is turning out to be a tool of mechanization, taking the position of lawyer. In its place, it must be employed for growth, that it makes easy for a lawyer to grow to be more well-organized in performing his duties,” he claimed.