Artificial Intelligence “Judge” Can Predict Rulings in Human Rights Cases

An algorithm was able to make predictions about rulings from the European Court of Human Rights. Carl Court Researchers from University College London have developed an artificial intelligence algorithm that predicted the outcome of cases that came before the European Court of Human Rights with 79 percent accuracy. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves: Though the researchers say the process could help speed up the review of cases submitted to the court, according to UCL’s website, lead researcher Nikolaos Aletras said the team doesn’t “see AI replacing judges or lawyers.” But it’s nevertheless fascinating research. Advertisement By inputting the information from 584 human rights cases—facts, circumstances, laws, topics, details, language, and rulings—into the computer program, the researchers “taught” it which complaints were found to be violations of human rights and…

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