Could voice-to-type get out Pakistan’s legal build-up?
In a first for Pakistan’s legal executive, one ground breaking judge is utilizing ‘voice-to-type’ innovation to record court articulations all the more productively.
Asserting his outcomes showed close impeccable precision, he presently needs whatever is left of the nation’s legal framework to stick to this same pattern.
In a letter he kept in touch with the Lahore High Court, common judge Asim Hafeez Chaudhry of Sialkot’s Sambrial Tehsil said he had as of late received Google’s online voice-to-type application to record proof and manage arranges in both English and Urdu.
He asserted that utilizing the innovation, he could record articulations and requests with over 90% percent exactness at velocities running between 90 to 100 words per minute.
“Keeping in view the heft of the remaining task at hand upon the courts … I am of the view that on the off chance that advanced innovation is utilized for chronicle of proof, transcription of requests and arrangement of different archives in the legal procedures, the speed of court work might be upgraded to an ideal dimension with most extreme exactness and clearness in the reports,” Chaudhry wrote in his letter.
He contended that utilizing voice-to-type could improve courts’ ability to record proof and arranges and guarantee that an absence of competency with respect to any stenographer does not turn into an obstacle for legal work. The judge noticed that the innovation is exceptionally simple to work and called attention to that nearly judges of Punjab’s region legal executive as of now have workstations given by the LHC.
“In this way, I present my concept of utilizing the Google voice composing apparatus in legal procedures for control of remaining task at hand upon the courts and very modestly present that equivalent may generously be suggested for use in legal procedures for transcription,” he deduced in a letter.
Chaudhry was later welcome to give an introduction on his utilization of Google’s voice-to-type apparatus to LHC Justice Attar Mahmood, who is said to have valued the thought.
Conversing with The Express Tribune, Additional Advocate General Qasim Chohan likewise refreshing common judge’s endeavors. “Such innovations are being utilized by everywhere throughout the world,” he noted.
Previous LHC judge Mudhassir Khalid Abbasi said there is no lawful deterrent to avoid utilization of voice-to-type innovation in court cases. He guaranteed that exactness could be expanded to 100 percent if new modules good with nearby English articulations were utilized.
As of now, court proclamations are either recorded by judges themselves or by stenographers. As per a gauge, there are some 1.9 million cases pending in Pakistani courts – more than 40,000 in the Supreme Court and more than 1.14 million in the region judiciary.out Pakistan’s legal overabundance?Disclaimer:We do not allow users to post content which is copyright and We take strict actions against the users who post infringement content on our website.Although we do not host any content, users post embed videos from youtube, facebook, Dailymotion and Vimeo and are moderated before posting but we still take strict action against the copyright videos posted.If you are an official representative of any company whose videos are posted illegally on our website or you think some video infringe the copyright then you can simply send an email to email@example.com