Will human rights judges be replaced by robots?
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Would you feel comfortable with a robot judging your human rights case?
A 2016 study found that a computer algorithm could predict the outcome of four out of five human rights cases. How likely is it that judges could be replaced with computers? Are they more effective than a real judge?
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