‘AI can predict outcomes, but not exercise judgment’

AI can be used to assist us in better decision-making, as it amplifies our capacity and detects flaws at the same time. – 123rf.com

NO matter how intelligent machines will be, the human element is still needed when it comes to decisions involving law and judgments.

But in the long run, using artificial intelligence (AI) in our justice system will help improve the quality of judgements and avoid lengthy and expensive litigation processes.

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