Artificial intelligence is undoubtedly a product that many technology companies are vying to develop, such as applications, catering, design, legal departments, etc. AI has penetrated into all areas of our lives. The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China issued a directive requiring all courts to implement “capable” artificial intelligence systems by 2025 to provide full-process high-level intelligent assistance for justice for the people and fair justice.
The Supreme People’s Court issued the “Opinions on Regulating and Strengthening the Judicial Application of Artificial Intelligence”, which proposed that artificial intelligence judiciary needs to follow five basic principles, including the principle of safety and legality, the principle of fairness and justice, the principle of auxiliary trial, the principle of transparency and credibility, and the principle of public order and good customs.
The directive emphasizes that artificial intelligence is committed to providing intelligent auxiliary support for judicial work, reducing the burden of judges’ routine work, effectively ensuring a clean judiciary, improving the level of judicial management, and innovating to serve social governance. In terms of the scope of application, it is clearly required to continuously expand the application scenarios and scope of artificial intelligence justice, and actively explore and continuously expand new application scopes in combination with the innovation process of artificial intelligence technology and the reform and development practice of the people’s courts.
Although many judicial procedures will be assisted by artificial intelligence, the directive mentions that the final judgment will be made by judges. Artificial intelligence is mainly used as a reference and auxiliary tool to improve the efficiency of judges. The official stated that the combination of artificial intelligence can increase the labor force and provide more legal services to citizens.
source:People’s Daily Online
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