The processing of judicial data must meet clear objectives as accepted by the scientific community. These procedures must be carried out in compliance with the fundamental rights guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights and the Convention for the Protection of Personal Data. With this in mind, the CEPEJ is currently examining the implications of the use of artificial intelligence for the justice sector, from the point of view of both the efficiency of justice and its quality, and is preparing guidelines for the Member States. The CEPEJ's current work on this subject and the expected deliverables (including an Ethical Charter on the treatment of jurisprudence by what are known as artificial intelligence systems) will be presented during the next CEPEJ plenary meeting, on 27-29 June 2018.
Artificial intelligence and data analysis: Defining clear processing purposes compatible with fundamental rights
headline Strasbourg 19 June 2018
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