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Title: The Legal AId: Justifying Justice
Authors: Rajbongshi, Anup
Keywords: Misjudgment
National Judicial Data Grid
Automated Docketing
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Students of PGDBA Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics, IIM Calcutta
Series/Report no.: Vol.3;
Abstract: The pursuit of innovation in human history had different phases demarcated by distinct driving forces, which made homo-sapiens one of the most successful species on Earth. While survival needs primarily drove primitive innovations, modern innovations are driven by curiosity and scientific advancements to make human life easier. However, the unexplored realm of human cognitive abilities still holds many possibilities. The complex neurological, cognitive and behavioural process that gives us the ability of "decision making" is yet to be fully mechanized by complex algorithms. Our scientific limitation or deliberate intention is to keep a hold on the most important pillars of social stability, i.e. decision-making in society. The chances of error, malfunction or miscalculation in such automation may lead to social chaos, misjudgment and, more importantly, an enigma of accountability
Appears in Collections:AINA 3.0 - Volume 3 Edition 2021-22

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