AI Justice: Artificial intelligence decision-making and the law

On Tuesday 16th October 2018 Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters delivered the session ‘AI Justice: Artificial intelligence decision-making and the law’ at the Public Law Project’s annual Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference.

The talk covered concerns about the introduction of AI technologies into decision-making processes within government and the justice system. Can AI deployment for greater efficiencies be separated from the potential for human rights breaches by algorithm, or ‘bias by design’ on a scale previously unheard of? Is AI decision making in the justice system a ‘new frontier’ in discrimination law?

Read their full paper here: Algorithms, Apps & Artificial Intelligence: The next frontier in discrimination law