Following the adoption of the European Ethical Charter on the use of artificial intelligence in judicial systems and their environment in December 2018, the CEPEJ is currently exploring the feasibility of a certification mechanism for AI products used in judicial systems with regard to the Charter. This work will be aimed at public decision-makers, who will be able to use specific assessment criteria to evaluate AI tools and services, as well as the private sector, which is currently leading the development of AI tools and services, which would benefit from methodological and operational advice on how each principle of the Charter should be applied. This work will be launched during a CEPEJ expert meeting, which will take place in Athens on 23 September 2019 and in which the "Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers" and the European University Institute will also participate.
Project for the certification of artificial intelligence products in the light of the principles of the European Ethical Charter of the CEPEJ
headline Athens (Greece) 23 September 2019
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