Hav you noticed how technology impacts every sector of society but justice?
There is a wide gap between how justice is provided to ordinary citizens and their legitimate expectations. Citizens are used to benefit from a service that is online, of a good quality, fast and affordable. Justice seems at odds with those features. Justice evolves in a paper world, is slow, expensive and quality is not always optimal.
What can be done about it? This is the question I ask in my essay "Les robots à l'assaut de la justice". In this book, I argue that the way forward is to foster a more efficient justice i.e. a service offering a better ratio value-money-speed.
Order the book to find out.
You can buy it here or at your regular bookstore (the book is in French).
Ideas on how to build a more efficient justice?
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