Artificial Intelligence in Legal System: Pros, Cons and Challenges




Artificial intelligence, Legal profession, Digital technologies


Artificial intelligence (AI) implies a system that behaves like a human. The use of Artificial Intelligence started with the concept of robotics which is now part of almost every electronic device in the form of Google Assistant, Cortana, etc. Artificial Intelligence systems have various real-world applications such as customer services, speech recognition, automated stock trading, computer visions, etc. Artificial Intelligence is a field, which combines computer science and robust datasets, to enable problem-solving. It also encompasses sub-fields of machine learning and deep learning, which are frequently mentioned in conjunction with artificial intelligence. These disciplines are comprised of AI algorithms that seek to create expert systems that make predictions or classifications based on input data. With the global invasion of Artificial Intelligence, the concept so be brought closer to the legal system in India for deep learning information management to control the legal system in the country. Therefore, this paper strategically presents a study that evaluates the use of Artificial Intelligence in the legal system of the country. The paper also focuses on the advantages of Artificial Intelligence for the legal system.


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How to Cite

Richa Gupta. (2023). Artificial Intelligence in Legal System: Pros, Cons and Challenges. Jai Maa Saraswati Gyandayini An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 8(IV), 49–56.