Dory Reiling Ph.D. Mag.Iur. is an independent judicial reform expert specialising in the application of technologies in courtrooms. ILT was privileged to be able to interview Dory about some of the challenges currently faced by Indian courts and what lessons might be learnt from best practices in the Netherlands.
India’s access to justice crisis cannot be solved through human correction alone. Artificial Intelligence (AI) can make a big difference in the Indian judiciary. Here are 8 ways in which I think that can happen.
The Agami Prize serves to support and catalyse such ideas in 3 categories – Industry, Citizenship and Idea. In this post, Sachin Malhan, co-founder of Agami, answers some common questions about applying for the coveted prize.
An overview of how technologies like machine translation, speech recognition, big data, machine learning, A.I., and blockchain can upgrade India’s courts and bridge the access to justice gap and improve efficiency.
Millennials like to resolve their disputes as quickly as they possibly can. But when their families are subjected to court machinery that is hundreds of years old, it not only causes immense frustration but worse — it becomes the breeding ground for more disputes.
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