Using artificial intelligence to help deliver justice: challenges and safeguards

Brussels 23 January
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The first European Ethical Charter on the use of artificial intelligence in judicial systems will be presented at the Council of Europe office in Brussels from 11am.

The charter, recently adopted by the Council of Europe’s European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) sets out 5 key principles to help ensure compliance with international standards on human rights, privacy and data protection. These guidelines are accompanied by an in-depth study on the existing use of artificial intelligence in judicial systems and related fields, as well as recommendations on its future use.

Further information - Contact: Andrew Cutting, tel. + 32 485 21 72 02

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