Επιτυχής πρόβλεψη δικαστικών αποφάσεων με χρήση Τεχνητής Νοημοσύνης

25 Oct

Με χρήση αλγορίθμου Τεχνητής Νοημοσύνης (AI) που ανέπτυξε ομάδα ερευνητών των University College London (UCL), University of Sheffield και του University of Pennsylvania, έγινε πρόβλεψη με ακρίβεια του 79% των αποφάσεων του Ευρωπαϊκού Δικαστηρίου Ανθρωπίνων Δικαιωμάτων.

Η μέθοδος λειτουργεί με την αυτόματη ανάλυση του κειμένου των υποθέσεων με χρήση machine learning αλγόριθμου.

“Our motivation was twofold,” co-author Vasileios Lampos of UCL Computer Science told Digital Trends. “It first starts with scientific curiosity.” In other words, would it even be possible to create such an AI judge? “And on the more practical side of things, we thought that AI could be a complementary assistive tool for various administrative tasks in a pretrial phase, reducing the long waiting time before a decision is made,” he added.

The algorithm analyzed texts from nearly 600 cases related to human right’s issues including fair trials, torture, and privacy in an effort to identify patterns. It determined that text language, topics, and circumstances — i.e., factual background information — were the most reliable indicators for whether a case would be deemed a violation of the European Convention of Human Rights.

Similar predictive systems have previously been developed by analyzing the alleged crimes and policy positions of judges rather than case texts. In that sense, this AI judge is unique.

Lampos explained that, within the context of the ECtHR, the study supports the theory that judges rely more heavily on legal realism than formalism.

“In very lay terms, this means that the judges of the court might weight more the facts and circumstances of a case — rather than the respective laws — during their decision-making process,” he said. “This could be related to the fact that applicants need to exhaust all effective remedies available to them in their domestic legal systems, before submitting an application to ECtHR.”

Αναλυτικά το research paper εδώ.



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Posted by on 25 October, 2016 in MinOtavrS blog


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