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Umělá inteligence v justici

Title in English Artificial intelligence in justice


Year of publication 2024
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Soudce
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Web Repozitář MU
Keywords artificial intelligence; courts
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Description Autonomous technologies bring several challenges to the judiciary. The practical proliferation of machine learning-based machines and, more recently, significantly predictive and generative applications is similar to the development of information society services in the 1990s. We know their nature and their essential characteristics and have some experience of their use to date. Still, we cannot fully predict which of their applications will continue to be successful and how they will manifest themselves in human and social life. In this article, some of such manifestations have been outlined and discussed. But it was not some futurology that could be passed over by pointing out that by the time something like this gets into actual judicial practice, we will all be retired anyway. Moreover, the above list is far from exhaustive. It does not include the current topics that the courts are dealing with, such as the issue of detecting autonomously generated deepfakes or issues of authorship or authorship related to intellectual property rights.

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