Net Group is taking advantage of AI – developing artificial Judge to make courts more efficient
Today, the field of AI is already more than half a century old, stating back to ’50s when first AI-related topics were described. In the last decade, artificial intelligence has been a kind of a hyped buzzword yet simultaneously behind the curtains implemented in a vast amount of different business fields. There are big data and deep learning models that serve AI systems in the automotive, healthcare, financial, industrial, etc. industries, starting from virtual assistants at e-commerce to self-driving cars. In fact, some forward-looking governments have also put in practice different AI-supported systems enhancing their economy and public service offerings. Emerging technologies continue to expand and improve as Gartner’s technology curve also endorses, that chatbots and AI systems have passed the hype curve and are soon to be at common practice state.
Net Group, empowering digital transformations in public and private sectors already 20 years for now, is also a player in this AI leap, striving to deliver even more engaging and effective solutions. A well-known digital justice expert Net Group is accelerating law enforcement quality and speed as it has come out with its AI judge concept. In addition to traditional case management and portal solutions, the artificial intelligence justice solution will soon to be a new standard in customer relations. With the help of chatbot solutions and improvements in resource management, it will take the procedural practices and citizens experience to new heights.
With AI Judge, different minor cases will be proceeded electronically, with no complicated processes for parties, no hours of valuable time spent on trials and no real human resources spent on bureaucracy. The time has come, when litigations can end in a matter of minutes yet check and assess all previous similar cases, while there is no need for extra paperwork with sending traceable post or unessential court visits for the parties. Cases will be directly directed to adequate judges while proceedings take into consideration the history of the defendant and other related information available in systems. We already have enormous databases with seamless connections changing information daily – let’s also put it in work for good in judiciary systems.