Supreme Court Organizes Two-Day Event with Singapore to Discuss Technology and Judicial Matters

The conference focuses on how technology, especially Artificial Intelligence (AI), changes the legal system.

The Supreme Court of India is organizing a two-day conference on Technology and Dialogue between the Supreme Courts of India and Singapore on April 13-14, 2024.

Chief Justice of India, Dr. Justice DY Chandrachud, and Chief Justice of Singapore, Justice Sundaresh Menon, alongside judges, jurists, and experts will engage in dynamic panel discussions covering a wide array of topics related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its implications for the legal system.

"In this era of technological advancement, it is imperative for the judiciary to embrace innovative solutions to enhance the administration of justice," remarked Chief Justice Chandrachud.

The conference aims to explore the intersection of technology and the legal system, particularly focusing on the transformative role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in judiciary.

"We recognize the potential of AI to streamline court proceedings, improve access to justice, and augment judicial training," noted Chief Justice Menon.

The discussions will delve into various aspects of AI, including its potential to assist court proceedings, its role in judicial training, improving access to justice, ethical considerations surrounding its use, and the future of AI in the legal domain.

"AI has the capacity to revolutionize how we approach legal proceedings, but it is essential to address ethical concerns and ensure its responsible deployment," emphasized a participating jurist.

The conference will serve as a platform for sharing insights, best practices, and innovative ideas to facilitate a deeper understanding of how AI can enhance judicial processes and promote access to justice.

"We hope that this dialogue between the Supreme Courts of India and Singapore will lead to fruitful collaborations and contribute to the advancement of the legal profession," expressed a legal expert.

By bringing together key stakeholders from both nations, this event will promote meaningful dialogue and collaboration, paving the way for future advancements in the intersection of technology and law.

"This conference underscores the importance of embracing technology to adapt to the evolving needs of the legal system and ensure justice for all," concluded Chief Justice Chandrachud.