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There is a need for judicial reform. But does artificial intelligence and modern technology have played an essential role in enhancing it? >>

In the current era where the world is turning towards technology modernization digitization. How could the justices survive in a country with centuries-old systems? Where people are suffering from the pendency of cases. And which has increased due to the breakout of the Novel Coronavirus pandemic? In India judiciary has indicated growth remarkable for sight for adopting artificial intelligence. The E-Committee for the National Judiciary of India was first solidified back in 2004 with the objectives (ICT) and enablement of the Indian Judiciary System. Back then E-Committee has introduced two phases of the e-courts Project:>>

• Phase I: - It focused on the basics of digitization, set up of hardware, assuring internet availability and accessibility, digitization of cases and their records, and operation of the e-court fora.>>

• Phase II: - It provided independent operation and catered to the need of the litigants, such as (NJDG) means National Judicial Data Grid, which helps permit citizens to check pendency cases across the country via virtual courts, e-Seva Kendra, and the e-court services App.>>

Though the two phases - Phase I and Phase II helped the Judiciary becoming more efficient. >>

But is that sufficient enough? Or ceased to function in operating existing mechanisms and skills?>>

E-Court Phase III: - DVD (Draft Vision Document) endorsed a plan of action for phase III of the e-court Project. It aspires to adopt an 'ecosystem approach' where systems are interacting with one another. It also suggested ambitions such as the registry of case laws, scheduling, a repository of cases, a digital case management system, the interoperability Justice system, e-filing, and digital hearings.>>

All the over mentioned features based on the Artificial Intelligence System will enable data-based decision-making for judiciaries easier. The system also combines the substantial body of judicial development to foster legal literacy.>>

What's good about it?>>

(1) Database of legal Precedents - >>

A freely available database for all legal precedence created by the Judiciary enables lawyers from all backgrounds. To underwent high-quality legal researches and for literacy by permitting citizens to read judgment at a fair cost.>>

(2) Data Protection- >>

It promises to capture the minimum personally-identifiable data keeping the transient data in memory only and storing it in deep.>>

(3) Standardization- >>

Presently, various lower courts use other methods to categorize specific cases, usage of different ways and vocabulary makes research difficult in Shreya Singhal VS Union of India. It will also enable the interchange of data. And help to do research and operating easier.>>

Creating smart courts: >>

When reasonably formulated and executed, digital methods can help courts optimize and refocus inward strategies, enhance assistance to users, and Democrats castigate passage to justice. >>

Many government services, arbiter systems around the world are proceeding to turn to digital solutions to grasp their crises. Amid the many challenges that justice systems face, no two court systems are similar, and all have unique obstacles. Hence, there is not one way but many ways for a court to become "smart.">>

While the court system custom of the software is as old as the computer, the improvement of the Internet and cloud computing services have largely improved the scope of problem-solving solutions accessible to courts.>>

Today, myriad tools are handy that can address different facets of the operation of courts and citizen's commerce with them. This spectrum from internally-facing executive tools, to systems for retaining the virtue of and making available court records, to externally facing resources and interfaces for court.>>

Public information and virtual help desk:>>

The lack of openly available information on the law and court methods can deter immigrants from even venturing to access courts to attempt justice. Online resources (optimized for access and application via computers and cell phone devices) can make information on the law, legal resources, and court procedures instantly accessible to those with an Internet connection. Functions like a pragmatic guidance desk can go one step further and empower citizens to operate these sources or counter to many of their common inquiries and needs.>>

Case supervisions:>>

These resolutions build simultaneous report executive’s operations to allow not just automated access to records. But combined processes for tracking the growth of and leading actions related to a case during its lifecycle. >>


These integrated arrangements can help authorities and administrators track cases. And also permits individual citizens and resident advocacy groups to witness the improvement of a particular case.>>

Collaboration devices:>>

Collaboration devices may come in many varied forms and may be segments of document and case management solutions. For example, they can enable personal communication, footnotes of records, and explaining among the different parties of a case and the judge. These can expedite hearings and enable better-advanced coordination between the parties.>>

Video conferencing and virtual presence:>>

Cloud-based video conferencing tools enable individuals to engage from a remote location. These are often sufficient for routine or preliminary procedures. It is often applied when used in connection with a minor violation, these mechanisms can speed up court proceedings and reduce burdens associated with bringing jailed respondents by allowing them to attend their hearing virtually from their prison. >>

For mobility or economic means, video conferencing can decrease the course cost of reaching justice through courts by permitting them to associate from an area and electric device of their preference, whether their computer or mobile phone or any other devices at a different public convenience. Courts in various nations have found fertile uses for these answers. They began fully digital courtrooms from scratch.>>

Key Benefits of Digital Court:>>

Courts meet resource necessities as do different elements of the government. However, an ever-growing caseload is not always coupled with a growing allocation of government resources; the result is often delayed. Digital transformation permits executives to run their operations productively and do more with less. Program resource devising mechanisms that govern finance offices and human resources implement equally to both court administration. As well as other public and private sector organizations. Other applications tailored to the demands of court management can, for example, streamline the processing of court servilities or case files, which can have a beneficial trickle-down effect on the end-user in terms of faster responses to their submissions.>>

Public trust is an important component supporting the effectiveness of the justice system. But one that is sorely lacking in some countries. Depravity and opaque court operations are a brick wall for many systems.>>

While there is no replacement for involvement in ensuring the neutrality of judges and prosecutors, technology can improve the equity division advance liability through different means, including the development of mechanisms that improves way to information (e.g., enabling free access to transcripts, court documents, and comments online); methods, to provide feedback such as court user reviews and complaint remedy (e.g., Kenya's judiciary dialogue cards); and, ensuring that administrators and community advocates can maintain visibility to processes that are prone to corruption.>>

Courts and tribunals have a fundamental mission for society – ensuring justice for all citizens. Yet, marginal and disadvantaged neighborhoods often face difficulties that deter them from seeking justice. Here too, digital transformation can assist in ensuring that more people control access to justice by lessening costs of interaction with the justice system. Innovative modes of digital alteration have the potential to democratize access to justice. They empower citizens to more effectively uses the justice system without depending on delegates such as law firms and other doorkeepers.>>

CORONA VIRUS Epidemic has caused widespread severance across the whole of the criminal justice. >>

People do not want courts, but they want the outcomes courts bring. >>

Even if that was the ending note that Professor Richard Susskind made, it is of necessity to answer the question. And how to provide state-based dispute resolution to solve the problems? What do people have? What is a digital court, and what is meant by the term alteration of the civil services? >>

Now, to start with, some key issues should be taken into consideration. The first is the problem itself, in particular, that around 46% of people in our world live under the protection of the law, and in most countries, judicial processes are taking a long time to be processed or are just expensive for people.>>

When it comes to the United Kingdom, it can be said that the judiciary system does not operate efficiently. In other words, it is broken and needs to be switched. So, the problem here is what is the value that our court system delivers to society? And whether a digital society can deliberate that in an entirely new way? The answer can be found in the mindset concerning the future of courts and the discussion about automation and transformation. >>


Automation is something that people have on their minds when they are talking about technology. While transformation is the way technology allows achieving goals that were not possible earlier. In this vein, we are evidencing the conversion of public service. The "1st generation issue" is consisted of two elements: the system of online courts and online judges and the extended court. >>

The online judges will be human judges that will electronically be receiving the evidence. And giving the decision to it in an identical manner. It means that the communication between the two parties will be based on a digital dialogue. And that would be the "extended court."

However, in this means, the "AI Fallacy" is not wicked important. Being based on algorithms while trying to replicate and copy human behavior will not probably be met with success, while for the foreseeable future machines will not be capable of taking judicial decisions. >>

And last but not least, it could be argued, that the above-mentioned "problem" establishes a global, rather than a social problem, while the approach is that the online courts can link the gap that has been created between perception and fortifying human rights. And all in all, the decade that has just started will be exciting due to technology and will bring a lot of changes in the nearby future.>>