Start – 2018 | End – 2024 Duration – 6 ans
The specificity of prosecuting authorities is linked to the public interest at stake in their decision to take legal action. It is important for them to analyse more comprehensively all the data relating to their scope of intervention in order to target the most effective and dissuasive measures.
Tom van Engers
In the first year of the project, a thorough analysis of one of the identified flagship projects, INDIGO, is planned. This project is currently conducted by the Dutch Immigration Service.Inventories
The Subproject aims to compile an inventory of common practices, and of technological decision support tools used by legal authorities, as well as those that are still under development. A particular emphasis will be placed on how automated decision support tools influence the individuals who are the object of the decisions, and their willingness to accept those decisions.
The second inventory will list examples of best practice of conflict prevention in legal organizations.
- Frank PASCALE, "Web-conference : New Laws of Robotics: Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI", HumanIA, December 7, 2020.
- Frank Pascale (dir.), New Laws of Robotics Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI, Harvard University Press, (2020).
- Cassandra LAROCQUE-RIGNEY, Karl BRANTING, Kevin ASHLEY, Tom VAN ENGERS, "Web conference | AI'S Contribution to the Administration of Justice", virtual program of the Cyberjustice Laboratory, June 15, 2020.
This content has been updated on 26 November 2020 at 10 h 16 min.