Artificial intelligence and the end of justice

Autori

  • Yulia Razmetaeva

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-3001

Parole chiave:

Artificial intelligence, algorithms, justice, principles of justice, legitimacy

Abstract

Justice may be nearing its end with the advent of artificial intelligence. The ubiquitous penetration of AI, reinforced by its gaining legitimacy in non-obvious ways, is leading to a shift in the way humans perceive and apply the principles of justice. AI is incapable of truly understanding and interpreting the law, properly justifying decisions, or balancing rights and interests, which escapes public attention as people are excessively focused on its perceived perfection. Difficult to control, AI entails significant dependency of public institutions on private actors. Without undermining artificial intelligence as such, the article is calling to seriously rethink how far we are ready to go along this path.

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Pubblicato

2024-03-27

Come citare

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Razmetaeva Y. Artificial intelligence and the end of justice. BioLaw [Internet]. 27 marzo 2024 [citato 24 aprile 2024];(1):345-6. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/3001

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Artificial Intelligence e Diritto - Saggi