AI Decision Making and the Courts - A Guide for Judges, Tribunal Members and Court Administrators
In a first for the AIJA, we have published a podcast based on the 2022 publication of ‘AI Decision-Making and the Courts – A Guide for Judges, Tribunal Members and Court Administrators’. The guide was a joint research project with UNSW Faculty of Law and Justice through the Allens Hub for Technology Law and Innovation and the Law Society of NSW Future of Law and Innovation in the Profession (FLIP) research stream.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is slowly being introduced into the courts across all jurisdictions. As AI tools are likely to be increasingly deployed, it is important for the judiciary, tribunal members and court administrators to understand the challenges and opportunities they present.
In this podcast, two of the report’s authors discuss an overview of various AI and decision-making tools and raise the possible challenges and opportunities they present for our courts and tribunals.
Click play below to listen to the podcast, presented by Professor Lyria Bennett Moses and Professor Michael Legg.