Artificial Intelligence ‘Judge’ to Predict Outcome in European Court Trials? University Scientists …

The computer scientists from the University College London and the University of Sheffield developed a software that can predict the outcome of the real life cases in court trials. The software was said to have predicted the verdict of the European Court of Human Rights with 79% accuracy. Advertisement The scientists developed an algorithm that did not only consider and weigh up legal evidences, but also took considerations of what’s right and wrong. The A.I. ‘judge’ has gotten the same decision at the European courts in almost four out of five cases relating to torture, degrading treatment and privacy. To develop the software, what the scientists did was to have an A.I. computer scan 584 cases with published judgements and examine the information in each case until it was able to…


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