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Title: A scientific judicial perspective can solve many hurdles of practical application of AI ‘expert system’ for judicial decision making.
Authors: Chanda, Jewel
O. P. Jindal Global University
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence
Law & AI
Judicial Decision-making
Judicial Perspective
Issue Date: Jul-2019
Publisher: Nirma University Law Journal
Citation: Chanda, J. (2019). A scientific judicial perspective can solve many hurdles of practical application of AI ‘expert system’ for judicial decision making. Nirma University Law Journal, 08(02). 55-69.
Abstract: The ‘expert system’ is in center of attention of Artificial Intelligence (AI) research. Many models of legal argument in ‘expert system’ have shown promising result. Successful application of AI can solve multiple problems of justice delivery system. But no model of legal argument proposed, presently has the ability to take over the job of human judges. This paper tries to explore where the current models of legal argument fall short, in the context of judicial decision making by Indian Courts. One of the main backdrops of the justice delivery system is its’ uncertainty. A judicial decision is uncertain due to many factors, amongst others, it largely depends on the perspective of the respective judges.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/2375
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