Indian High Court judge Anoop Chitkara has ruled over thousands of cases. But when he refused bail to a man accused of assault and murder, he turned to ChatGPT to help justify his reasoning.
He is among a growing number of justices using artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots to assist them in rulings, with supporters saying the tech can streamline court processes while critics warn it risks bias and injustice.
“AI cannot replace a judge. … However, it has immense potential as an aid in judicial processes,” said Mr. Chitkara.
“The knowledge revolution has started, and…
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