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More than 50 percent of Russians said that when creating computer systems, judges would trust her more than the person on the relevant post. This was stated by the head of the analytical center under the government of the Russian Federation Vladislav Onishchenko, RIA Novosti reported.
According to him, this technology is discussed in Russia and can be implemented in the framework of the principle of online justice. Computer system the judges could make decisions on the basis of existing cases, he explained.
Onishchenko stressed that the idea is associated with numerous legal difficulties, such as non-recognition method review, voluntarily made judgments and others. “A lot of factors, functions of identity, which now become “eye-to-eye”, and a computer program it is difficult to ascertain the fact that the person is voluntarily done,” he said.
The expert concluded that in an ideal legal world, it is necessary to exclude all aspects of personal involvement, emotion and depersonalize information.
28 may it became known that more than half of businessmen (55 percent) do not trust the courts. Only 43.3 per cent of respondents are ready to solve commercial disputes in the state court, 30.1% in arbitration, 10,8 — don’t trust anyone.
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