A six-month programme in Shanghai will see 10 judicial courts use artificial intelligence technology to automate the job of law clerks in case hearings. Photo: Bloomberg

Shanghai judicial courts start to replace clerks with AI assistants

  • The courts in Shanghai will use AI assistants to transcribe case notes, pull out files and present digitised evidence
  • The six-month pilot programme is part of a broader effort to modernise China’s judicial system through the use of technology
Topic |   Artificial intelligence
A six-month programme in Shanghai will see 10 judicial courts use artificial intelligence technology to automate the job of law clerks in case hearings. Photo: Bloomberg
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