Dushi publishes on human rights in the era of automated decision making and predictive technologies

Advances in Natural Language Processing and machine learning have made it possible to design predictive models that can be used to assist judicial proceedings. Such technologies transform the legal profession; guaranteeing that this does not disrupt the rule of law, access to justice, fair trial and contestability is a substantial challenge.

In a recent post on GC Human Rights Preparedness, Desara Dushi analyses the impact of AI systems on two fundamental rights: the right to a fair trial and due process, and the right to an effective remedy, concluding with potential solutions on human rights-based approaches to AI systems.