Artificial intelligence will help find the island for pending cases- Daily

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Union Law Minister Kiran Rijiju has said that artificial intelligence technology will help in resolving pending cases in the courts.

The closing ceremonies of the Constitution Day celebrations were held on Saturday at the premises of the Supreme Court. Minister Kiran Rijiju said at the function.

Artificial intelligence technology will improve the functioning of the court. Artificial intelligence technology can effectively manage case management, provide case-specific details and support prosecution processes.

The courts in the country are trying to shift to hexadecimal technology. Artificial intelligence technology can do amazing things to get people justice and reduce pending cases.

There is no substitute for the idea that machines cannot function like humans. But the machines can help the judges to give details of the case and make some important decisions.

Infrastructure Development: Combining Artificial Intelligence technology and the efficient functioning of the judiciary will bring justice to the people faster. The infrastructure of the courts needs to be improved to reduce the number of pending cases.

The BJP-led government is ensuring that the infrastructure of all courts, from the lower courts, is upgraded with the aim of providing justice to the people in a timely manner. The Central Government is committed to providing modern infrastructure in the courts.

Alternatives: Steps are being taken to strengthen alternative means of resolving issues to prevent cases pending in the courts. Importantly, he said, the federal government is considering giving legal recognition to the arbitration process.

The function was attended by President Ramnath Govind, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court NV Ramana, Supreme Court and High Court judges.

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