Justice of the future : predictive justice and artificial intelligence
Online survey about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in judicial systemsOnline survey about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in judicial systems
In the framework of a study led by the CEPEJ, the Working Group on quality of justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL) gathered relevant experience in the Council of Europe’s member States about current applications of artificial intelligence (mainly machine learning) in the justice field consisting in an objective account of the experiences and level of development or implementation). The questionnaire has been sent to all CEPEJ members, national correspondent, observers and partners as well as to the CEPEJ network of Pilot courts.
On ... April 2018, the CEPEJ published a newsletter on the subject of justice of the future, predictive justice and artificial intelligence.
Issues in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in judicial systems, by Yannick Meneceur;
Examples of European practices in the field of justice of the future, namely "The innovative Latvian judicial practice of the audio recording labelling system" and "Digital arbitration for debt recovery cases" (Netherlands);
Presentation entitled "Artificial intelligence and judicial systems - The so-called "predictive justice"" made by Jean-Paul Jean, President of Chamber at the Court of Cassation (France) and President of the CEPEJ Evaluation Experts Group on the occasion of the World Meeting of Judicial Systems in Marrakech.