Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde has called for the use of Artificial Intelligence in Judicial Decision-Making.
Speaking at the felicitation ceremony organized by High Court Bar Association (HCBA) in Nagpur to mark his recent elevation to the top-post in Judiciary, he said, the system we are looking at has speed of reading 10 lakh words per second which will eventually ease the process of evidences and document reading. However, he clarified that, this system won’t substitute the judicial decision-making process of Human Mind.
Justice Bobade recalled the contributions made by the legal luminaries of the Nagpur High Court Bar while addressing the felicitation ceremony. A memorial, showcasing the British Architecture of Heritage High Court Building in Nagpur, was also inaugurated by him today.
Former CJI R M Lodha, Supreme Court Judge B R Gavai and Senior Advocates along with prominent Judicial Officers from Maharashtra were present on this occasion. (AIR)