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AI use has potential to revolutionise judicial system: CJI D Y Chandrachud

IndiaTimes Saturday, 13 April 2024
CJI advocates AI in court to revolutionize judicial functioning, expedite justice delivery, and prevent AI misuse to ensure equal access and avoid widening justice inequalities with high-risk technologies like facial recognition.
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