Artificial Intelligence and courts: improving the quality of justice
How can artificial intelligence help understand the decisions of judges to improve the quality of judiciary systems? Francois Bourguignon (Paris School of Economics, Research Director EDI) and Bilal Siddiqi (University of California, Berkeley) explain how randomised control trials can be used to predict potential bias in judicial processes through an artificial database of historic verdicts:
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