Predictability and predictive justice as an opportunity to foresee the judicial proceedings’ outputs, taking into account all the risks related to the use of automated decision-makings. The study is based on a question: is the judge replaceable by a robot? The adopted approach aims at asserting that the robo-decisions and the humans’ ones may be affected by misstatements and the automated decisionmakings may not be regarded as “fair”, even if they seem to be logically “correct”: indeed, no algorithmic systems is infallible.

Battelli, E. (2020). Giustizia predittiva decisione robotica e ruolo del giudice. GIUSTIZIA CIVILE(2), 281-319.

Giustizia predittiva decisione robotica e ruolo del giudice

BATTELLI E.
2020

Abstract

Predictability and predictive justice as an opportunity to foresee the judicial proceedings’ outputs, taking into account all the risks related to the use of automated decision-makings. The study is based on a question: is the judge replaceable by a robot? The adopted approach aims at asserting that the robo-decisions and the humans’ ones may be affected by misstatements and the automated decisionmakings may not be regarded as “fair”, even if they seem to be logically “correct”: indeed, no algorithmic systems is infallible.
Battelli, E. (2020). Giustizia predittiva decisione robotica e ruolo del giudice. GIUSTIZIA CIVILE(2), 281-319.
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