artificial intelligence

AI in the courtroom and judicial independence: An EU perspective

The promised benefits of AI-assisted courts pose myriad challenges to the fundamental principle of judicial independence, explains CIVICA Visiting Scholar Giulia Gentile. Judicial data stored or processed by foreign providers, or liability regimes covering judges and technicians are just some of the devilish details.

AI, Hume and a guillotine: The dangers of machine-learning loops

A logical shortcut that is natural to humans becomes dangerous when it is a feature of artificial intelligence (AI). EUI Researcher Francisco de Abreu Duarte illustrates how algorithms can ‘scale’ normative choices that society no longer supports.