In a first, the Supreme Court of India will use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology driven by Natural Language Processing for live transcription of its hearings..Live transcription has been launched on an experimental basis at 10:30 AM in the court room of Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud. The CJI is heading a Constitution Bench which is hearing the case related to the power struggle in Maharashtra..A screen displaying the live transcription of court proceedings has been placed in Court Room 1, facing the lawyers. It is also understood that the Supreme Court will make transcripts of oral arguments available on its website..The transcription service is being done by TERES, a company which has been providing this facility to arbitration practitioners. .In her plea calling for live-streaming of important cases, Senior Advocate Indira Jaising had earlier suggested allowing audio transcripts of hearings for archival. In January this year, a Bench headed by CJI Chandrachud had taken these suggestions on record..Links in causelist, audio transcripts: Supreme Court records Indira Jaising suggestions on live-streaming of important cases.In another first today, the Kerala High Court started publishing some of its judgments in Malayalam.