Author: Rashi Agarwal, Student at Institute of legal Studies, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University
Science fiction has long included “intelligent machines.” But today’s artificial intelligence (Al) is a reality, and it’s affecting our daily lives in very real and significant ways. AI is changing how we live in a number of areas, including phones, automobiles, finances, and healthcare. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has advanced significantly in several fields. The convergence of technology and many other industries has grown in prominence in today’s world of perpetual change, and the criminal justice system is one such area where it is becoming more and more popular. Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to completely change how crimes are investigated, defendants are assessed, and penalties are decided due to its exceptional capacity to analyse enormous volumes of data and spot patterns.
Applications of artificial intelligence (AI) are present in many facets of our existence, including manufacturing, transportation, education, finance, government, industry, and agriculture. AI is even helping the criminal justice system and public safety. For instance, crime forecasts enable more effective use of law enforcement resources, and traffic safety systems detect infractions and enforce traffic regulations. AI is also being used to determine the likelihood that someone under criminal justice supervision will commit another crime.