This publication is the most comprehensive so far on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the Brazilian Judiciary. The document was carried out by an international group of researchers from Columbia University’s School of International Public Administration, in partnership with ITS and the National Council of Justice (CNJ).
The study presents an overview of the current uses of AI in the Brazilian Judiciary and suggests the adoption of a collaborative governance structure that allows courts to achieve greater collaboration and cooperation using the Electronic Judicial Process (PJE). In addition, it presents an analysis of the principles, processes, incentives and internal regulations that govern the PJE and suggests ways of improving and expanding the current management model, in accordance with international best practices.
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