The Role and Future of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Procedure Law

 

The Role and Future of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Procedure Law

 

 

 

Dr. Zafer İçer, Marmara University Law Faculty

Research Asst. Başak Buluz, Gebze Technical Universty Engineering Faculty

 

 

 

Abstract

Since the beginning of the present century, innovative technologies have evolved with unprecedented speed; cyber-physical systems and the innovations which produced through the internet linking these systems have created technological era. One of the most important subjects of the digital era is “artificial intelligence systems” what called the catalyzer of industrial digital transformation of course. Artificial intelligence systems are interact with many different disciplines and that touch humanity and everyday life at any point from driveless cars to virtual assistants, from smart home products to industrial automation; and in recent years, as in all legal fields, it has began to take its place in Criminal Procedure. In various countries, intelligent digital assistants have been actively used to identify and analyze concrete legal conflicts and predict the possible consequences of the lawsuits to be opened and artificial intelligence platforms are being used in subjects such as legal analysis and evidence evaluation. Undoubtedly, the common goal of these systems is to provide fast, efficient and accurate solutions in this area. On the other hand, in the near future, robotic systems are likely to become the subjects of judging and they may have important roles in decision-making processes as robot judges, prosecutors and lawyers. In this study, the role and future of these intelligent systems in criminal proceedings will be discussed with a scientific perspective in light of current examples and possible developments by referring to technical aspects of artificial learning and artificial intelligence.”

 

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2012 yılında Japonca eğitimim sonrasında hukuk fakültesine başladı. Jürging-Örkün-Putzar Rechtsanwalte (Almanya), Güler Hukuk Bürosu ve Ünsal & Gündüz Attorneys at Law' da staj yaptı. Japon dili sertifikası aldı. Ayrıca arabuluculuk- tahkim ve ceza hukuku gibi alanlarda sertifika programlarına katıldı.Bunların akabinde Bilişim ve Teknoloji Hukuku alanında yüksek lisans yapmaya başladı. Köksal & Partners hukuk bürosunda avukat olarak çalışmakta. Büyük bir merakla, robotlar, yapay zeka ve onların hukuksal durumları ve problemler ile ilgili çalışmalar yürütmekte. She studied law following herJapanese education on 2012. She fulfilled her internships in Jurging-Orkun-Putzar Rechtsanwalte(Germany), Guler Law Office and Unsal&Gunduz Attorney at Law . Also she has certificate of Japanese language and she has mediation and arbitration certificates and criminal law certificates from law workshops. Afterwards, she started the master program on information and technology law, at Istanbul Bilgi University. She works as a lawyer at Koksal & Partners law office. Her goal and ambition is the working in the field of Robotics, AI and their legal statutes and problems and exploring the relevant necessities where no women has ever gone before... Yazarın diğer yazıları için ayrıca bakınız: For further works of the author: https://bilgi.academia.edu/Selin%C3%87etin https://siberbulten.com/author/selin-cetin/

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