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I'm from india, there are more than 3 crore cases pending in different courts of India which is nearly impossible to solve in a limited period of time.. unless we use robot instead of a person. I know it doesn't make any sense but is that possible to create an artificial intelligence that can consider all the aspects of law and give justice to all cases as a human?

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    $\begingroup$ This is already being done in the USA for several years: weforum.org/agenda/2018/11/… $\endgroup$ – Arnon Weinberg Mar 9 at 17:50
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    $\begingroup$ @ArnonWeinberg - excellent answer - I would go for it. I think you don't even have to lengthen it any further, as the question is whether we can use it (opposed to how). I think it's borderline ontopic, but folks around here may know a lot more about AI than, e.g. folks over at law.se $\endgroup$ – AliceD Mar 9 at 19:32