Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock
Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s courts use data analytics and blockchain evidence storage on the way to first AI-integrated legal system

  • Under the 14th five-year plan, Chinese courts will upgrade to the fourth generation of smart court by 2025
  • Changes may appear to create a fairer system but they are also a step towards more centralised political power, say academics in the US

Topic |   Two Sessions 2021 (Lianghui)
Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock
Between February and December last year, more than 7 million legal cases in China were filed online and more than 4 million cases were adjudicated online. Photo: Shutterstock
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