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In a first, top court to use AI for live transcription of oral arguments

System launched in CJI's courtroom on experimental basis; Constitution bench proceedings will be transcribed from Tuesday, and vetted by lawyers before uploading on Supreme Court website

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For the first time ever, the Supreme Court on Tuesday started testing a system of live transcription of oral arguments by lawyers using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and technology driven by Natural Language Processing (NLP) on an experimental basis.

The live transcription was launched in the courtroom of Chief Justice of India (CJI) D Y Chandrachud. “This will be on an experimental basis for a day or two, to iron out creases in transcription before becoming a norm,” the CJI said.

The Constitution bench proceedings will be transcribed from Tuesday and given to lawyers for vetting before uploading them on the Supreme

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First Published: Feb 21 2023 | 8:46 PM IST

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