Indian Courts have become democratic spaces: CJI DY Chandrachud at J20 summit in Brazil – Bar & Bench – Indian Legal News

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On the aspect of technological strides made by the Supreme Court of India, the CJI stated that persons with physical impairments, pregnant women, and persons in their advanced years now have the choice to access courtrooms virtually.

“Over 750,000 cases have been heard over video conference. The proceedings of important constitutional cases in the Supreme Court are live-streamed on its YouTube channel bringing constitutional deliberations to the homes and hearts of all citizens,” said the CJI.

However, CJI Chandrachud also cautioned that the potential of technology lies in how we convert it to minimise pre-existing inequalities since inequalities are not neatly stacked compartments; they are rather a complex web of interwoven realities.

In this regard, he also highlighted the misuse of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools.

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