Justice and Law

Predicting justice: what if algorithms entered the courthouse?

Artificial intelligence in courts could help make justice more efficient. But would it be fair? Image: Markus Spiske/Unsplash

Daniela Piana

Professor of Sociology, University of Bologna

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