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Legal and Ethical Issues in the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Litigation and Arbitration

ФИО студента: Arina Okhapkina

Руководитель: Aleksei Gudkov

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

This thesis discusses possible legal and ethical problems that arise when artificial intelligence is used in court proceedings and arbitration. The use of new technologies, in the absence of proper legal regulation of their use, can provoke a violation of the rights of citizens. Artificial intelligence is the most dangerous for such violations, as it claims to be able to independently make legally significant decisions that directly affect the subjective rights of citizens. In this regard, in cases where artificial intelligence technologies are introduced into the judicial process, people need to ensure that the right of citizens to a fair trial, guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights, is respected. In this thesis, the greatest attention is paid to the issues of preserving the right to a fair trial in arbitration and civil proceedings.

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