This AI Can Accurately Predict the Outcome of Human Rights Trials

In 2015, the European Court of Human Rights, which rules on alleged human rights violations in the EU, received double the complaints than it did the year before. Many of these were dismissed either because they were improperly completed, covered ground already ruled on by the court, or simply didn’t hold water. Just 15 percent of all applications received a judgement from the court in 2015. In short, human rights complaints filed with the court are on an upwards trajectory in Europe, and the court has to sift through thousands of applications to find the few that are worth its time. Now, a team of researchers from University College London (UCL) has devised an algorithm that can predict whether or not a human rights complaint is legitimate, with 79 percent…


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