CJI Bobde: Artificial Intelligence, for most people, at least abroad, means automated decision making. That has given rise to very serious objections and I fully join in those objections. Because, it is our view and it is also consistent with the sense of independence of each human mind, of each judge, that the decision must be left to him. A machine ought not to dictate it. It is in this sense, that the system we have launched today is unique because there is an interaction between the human being and the machine which produces remarkable results – results customised to the need of the case, results customised to the way. the judge thinks and many other such things which are individual.