"Judge v. Robot: Artificial Intelligence and Judicial Decision-Making"
by Sourdin, Tania (2018)
As technology continues to change the way in which we work and function, there are predictions that many aspects of human activity will be replaced or supported by newer technologies. Whilst many human activities have changed over time as a result of human advances, more recent shifts in the context of technological change are likely to have a broader impact on some human functions that have previously been largely undisturbed. In this regard, technology is already changing the practice of law and may for example, reshape the process of judging by either replacing, supporting or supplementing the judicial role. Such changes may limit the extent to which humans are engaged in judging with an increasing emphasis on artificial intelligence to deal with smaller civil disputes and the more routine use of related technologies in more complex disputes.
KeywordsLaw, Lawyers, Legal Profession, Artificial Intelligence, Machines, Decision Making, Intellectual Labour, Ethics, Legal Ethics, Technology, Information Technology, Future Of Work, Jurisprudence
ThemesAI and Law
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