AI and Law Enforcement



  1. 05.02.2021 09:30


This session discusses use-case applications of algorithmic technologies through the various law enforcement layers, namely courtroom litigation, decision-making by administrative agencies and deliberation by legislative bodies.
Can and should ex ante deliberation by legislative bodies be open to algorithmic assistance?
Can and should ex post judicial and decision-making activity be open to algorithmic assistance, and what role should be reserved for judges and decision-makers in this process?
Should certain types of judicial and decision-making functions be reserved for humans (such as deciding guilt or innocence), while others can be delegated to machines (such as determining sentences)?

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Brussels School of Competition