"Automation of Decision-Making"
The cost pressures and distancing rules during the Covid-19 pandemic have added further momentum to the drive towards digitalization and automation of judicial decision-making. Unprecedented amounts of available data along with the necessary technology and computing power to process them pave the way for increasingly automated decision-making. A wide array of disruptively efficient tools is on offer ranging from assistance programmes to fully autonomous processes that do not require human intervention. Legal decision-making, however, ought to square the pursuit of many goals, only one of which is efficiency. This lecture will provide a critical overview of the currently available solution and identify trends that may shape the future of disputes
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