Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis in the Legal Field

  • Amirtha R. and Shaik Taufeeq Ahmed
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  • Amirtha R.

    Student at Vels School of Law, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

  • Shaik Taufeeq Ahmed

    Student at Vels School of Law, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

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The technological age we traverse is rapidly evolving due to artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial Intelligence has the ability of computers or machines to perform human-like functions such as problem-solving, decision-making, language, voice and speech. Although initiatives and recommendations for the appropriate development and application of AI technology have been launched by India in the past several years, the country does not yet have any official laws governing AI. Niti Ayog, the Indian Planning Commission, recently introduced the AI Research, Analytics, and Knowledge Assimilation Platform, or AIRAWAT. It takes into account every prerequisite for AI in India. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology established four committees to focus on and examine various ethical concerns related to artificial intelligence. The Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 (PDP Bill), which is based on a draft data protection statute, is presently being considered by a Joint Parliamentary Committee. From a legal perspective, AI possesses the capacity to solve the case with related provisions and precedent cases. It also helps lawyers to review documents, analyse case judgements and also help in drafting affidavits and notices. Even after the rapid technological advancements in society and findings, we cannot still accept AI judges replacing human judges which is widely criticized too. This article examines AI in the legal sector, including its implications, uses, and potential drawbacks. The researcher has followed the empirical research method using a convenient sampling method. The sample size of the study is 106. The result observed from the study is that most people are not aware of the recent trends of Artificial Intelligence in the legal field. The suggestion of this study is to increase awareness of Artificial Intelligence and make people aware of how AI is useful for law students, bar and bench as well as for common people.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 92 - 101


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