Why is the AI condemning criminals is dangerous?
Artificial intelligence have already in some way helps to determine your future. When you are looking for something in a search engine, using a service such as Netflix or the Bank evaluates your suitability for a mortgage. But what if artificial intelligence will have to determine whether you’re guilty or not in court? Oddly enough, in some countries this may already be happening. Recently, the American high judge John Roberts asked if he could imagine a day when “smart machines controlled by artificial intelligence, will help in the search for evidence or even in judicial decisions”. He said: “This was already happening, and it significantly helps in the judicial proceedings”.
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