Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Justice


This book project will bring together legal scholars, computer scientists and practitioners to examine and define problems, notions and the use of new technologies within the system of criminal justice.

The interdisciplinary approach shall provide the possibility of a mutual understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the use of Artificial Intelligence in the criminal justice system. Therefore, interdisciplinary tandem teams will discuss and define specific keywords to generate a better understanding for different disciplines and personnel.

One strong focus lies on the possible use of Artificial Intelligence to enhance the system of criminal justice and crime control by providing new results and support the decision-making-process of the system itself. Another focus will be the development and establishment of general ethics/rules and the compliance of minimum standards for the use of Artificial Intelligence within the system of criminal justice and crime control.



Members:

Nandor Knust (Principal investigator)
Emmanouil Billis
Jon Petter Rui