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Impact Of AI On Legal Profession And Decision Making

Anmol Sharma, Amity University Patna


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has rapidly transformed various aspects of human life, offering substantial benefits and revolutionizing different industries. In the legal field, AI has the potential to significantly impact decision-making processes and transform the overall landscape of the judicial system. This research paper explores the multifaceted impacts of AI on legal decision- making, encompassing its potential benefits and challenges, as well as the ethical and regulatory considerations associated with its integration. The paper also discusses the current state of AI in the legal industry and provides insights into the future implications of AI on legal decision-making processes. Artificial Intelligence has the potential, to modify the manner that human interacts. It is not only modifying the manner with the digital world but also with one another, through their work and other socio-economic institutions. To ensure that, the impact of Artificial Intelligence will be positive, it is essential that all stakeholders do participate in the debates surrounding Artificial Intelligence.

Keywords: artificial intelligence, big data, cognitive computing, decision making, expert system, machine learning, recommender system


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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