Estonia plans to use an artificial intelligence program to decide some small-claims cases, part of a push to make government services smarter.
In the most ambitious project to date, the Estonian Ministry of Justice has asked Estonia’s chief data officer Otto Velsberg and his team to design a “robot judge” that could adjudicate small claims disputes of less than €7,000 (about $8,000). Officials hope the system can clear a backlog of cases for judges and court clerks.
Full article: Can AI Be a Fair Judge in Court? Estonia Thinks So