Artificial Intelligence, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings

A Framework for A European Legal Discussion

    • 109,99 €
    • 109,99 €

Description de l’éditeur

This book discusses issues relating to the application of AI and computational modelling in criminal proceedings from a European perspective. Part one provides a definition of the topics. Rather than focusing on policing or prevention of crime – largely tackled by recent literature – it explores ways in which AI can affect the investigation and adjudication of crime. There are two main areas of application: the first is evidence gathering, which is addressed in Part two. This section examines how traditional evidentiary law is affected by both new ways of investigation – based on automated processes (often using machine learning) – and new kinds of evidence, automatically generated by AI instruments. Drawing on the comprehensive case law of the European Court of Human Rights, it also presents reflections on the reliability and, ultimately, the admissibility of such evidence. Part three investigates the second application area: judicial decision-making, providing an unbiased review of the meaning, benefits, and possible long-term effects of ‘predictive justice’ in the criminal field. It highlights the prediction of both violent behaviour, or recidivism, and future court decisions, based on precedents. Touching on the foundations of common law and civil law traditions, the book offers insights into the usefulness of ‘prediction’ in criminal proceedings.

GENRE
Professionnel et technique
SORTIE
2020
27 août
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
247
Pages
ÉDITIONS
Springer International Publishing
TAILLE
2,2
Mo

Plus de livres par Serena Quattrocolo

Autres livres de cette série

2020
2022
2018
2019
2019