Not sure who you are addressing. I will take a stab at your Q.
Assuming the following is the post that you are referencing, here goes:
UlanBatori wrote:Calling all Faithphool:
I have a serious interest in this dhaga. Here is my take:
1. Legal System
AI can be the breakthrough technology that breaks through the convoluted mess of India's Legal System. Think of a case filed: The parties would have to use the AI app (on a serious computer) to describe their problem/case precisely, but also with the more subjective disputes described.
AI digs out the relevant Precedents, laws etc in a flash. This will take time, as the Precedents are gradually entered into the System, but at the start at least a title search followed by text search is possible soon).
Bottom line: the work of Law Clerks taking months is done by AI in seconds. Then the clerks can step in and clean up what AI cannot.
Then the Judge is presented with the AI/clerk based summaries and references to data. The Judgement is most of the time written by AI, for the Judge to review and approve, with a probability-based Certainty Rating (CR) assigned for the Judge to decide how much time to spend.
Where the CR is say, below 85%, the Judge has to spend more time reviewing, but the data collection is done very swiftly.
HP bought a (Britsh!!) company by the name of Autonomy that is just too good at Such things. Autonomy was founded around 1995. The algoes, BTH, is based on Bayesian theorem. It is an excellent tool and very widely used in the legal community. It understands NLU, in MULTILE languages. You can train it to learn in Hindi too - if it has not been yet done
So, in short, that is already a done deal.
2. Medical delivery/ Telemedicine
Here AI has a number of roles to play, from communications to diagnosis.
There are innumerable other specific applications of course.
What I need is to find someone(s) who will
(a) help develop a credible writeup
and (b) come to a conference in July (11-14) in Chennai and give a presentation and chai-biscoot with experts in other fields, That's right: not other experts in same field, but experts in other fields.
VERY SERIOUS request, Meanwhile I will be happy to steal stuff from here to use in trying to appear knawlidgeable.
Unfortunately "diagnosis" is just too wide a term. TODAY AI (seems to) work very well in IDing cancer cells. But it fails when it is consulted for a common cold or fever. A lot of work needs to be done in this area.
AI is being used, extensively, in Pharma - to come up with new concoctions.
BTW, "AI" started in the medical field. BUT that AI was very different than what we have today.
Hope that help.
As a side note: Google for jobs in AI by nations. India has recently slid a wee bit but still employs one of the largest numbers of people within "AI".
Extremely unfortunately, MOST (I estimate 95%+) work for foreign companies.
I estimate there are at least about 500K employed in AI in India.