In First SC Uses AI Live Transcription For Court Proceedings

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In first, the Supreme Court (SC) launched court proceedings using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology powered by Natural Language Processing.  On the 21st of February, Tuesday, for the first time, the Top Court started to transcribe its proceedings live using AI.

The live transcription service was launched for a trial during the hearing of a case concerning the ongoing Maharashtra political crisis.  It is to be noted, political leaders, Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde are fighting over the bow and arrow symbol of the Shiv Sena Party, which has been given to the Eknath Shinde led faction by the Election Commission of India.

Speaking about the AI usage of live transcription of the court hearings, the service was used in the courtroom of Chief Justice of India (CJI) D.Y. Chandrachud. 

Pointing to a screen placed facing lawyers in his courtroom while hearing a Constitution bench matter, CJI D.Y. Chandrachud said, “We are just trying to explore the possibility of live transcription of arguments in the court.”  He further added, “We had to do it in a live environment.  So it’s an experiment.  We will just see how it works at least in the Constitution Bench matters.  Then, we will have a permanent record of arguments which will of course help lawyers and judges, but also our law colleges.  They can analyse how matters are argued.”

Highlighting how one can raise questions, Mr. D.Y. Chandrachud said, “In virtual court proceedings, anyone who wants to interrupt would lift their finger so that there is no cross talk.”

The AI proceedings have been launched by the Apex Court on a trial basis and would be adapted permanently soon.

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