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Judges are neither princes nor rulers: CJI Chandrachud

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Chief Justice DY Chandrachud said judges are not princes or rulers, their role is to provide services. He said this during the J-20 summit in Brazil



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Chief Justice DY Chandrachud said judges are not princes or rulers, their job is to provide services. He said this during the J-20 summit in Brazil. Chief Justice Chandrachud said that a judge is an officer who punishes criminals for contempt and takes important decisions about the lives of others, so his decision-making should be transparent.

CJI Chandrachud argued that there must be a transparent way of taking decisions that brings everyone on board. Speaking at the J-20 Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, CJI DY Chandrachud said, “Today we are talking about Artificial Intelligence (AI). Decisions cannot be made automatically by AI. It should explain why and on what basis such a decision was made.

CJI DY Chandrachud added, “As judges, we are neither princes nor rulers who ignore the explanation of any decision.” law students and the general public.

On the role of technology in the judicial system, Justice DY Chandrachud said technology has fundamentally changed the relationship between justice and society. He said technology can also advance decisions made earlier. He said more than 750,000 cases were heard via video conference and many important constitutional cases were streamed live on YouTube.

It should be noted that the J-20 is a group of presidents of the Supreme Court and Constitutional Courts, whose members are the G-20 countries. This year, the J-20 conference is organized by the Federal Supreme Court of Brazil. According to official information, this program includes the African Union, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Portugal and Spain the President of the Supreme Court also participated.

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