Artificial Intelligence, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings: A Framework for a European Legal Discussion (Paperback)
Part I: Introducing the Problem.- 1. Approaching the Unknown: Some Preliminary Words.- 2. A Theoretical Framework for the Discussion on AI and Criminal Law.- Part II Direct and Indirect Impact of Widespread Computational Modelling on Evidence Gathering.- 3. Hacking by Law-Enforcement: Investigating with the Help of Computational Models and AI Methods.- 4. Equality of Arms and Automatedly Generated Evidence.- Part III: Challenges of Computational Methods to the Judicial Decision-Making Process: Deciding v. Predicting.- 5. Predictability and Criminal Justice.- 6. Predictability of Violent Behaviour and Recidivism.- 7. Predictability and the Criminal Justice Decision-Making Process.- 8. The Gist of the Inquiry.
Serena Quattrocolo is Full Professor of Italian and European Criminal Procedure at the University of Eastern Piedmont, Dean of the Law School, former academic co-director of the Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London. Major research fields: European and comparative criminal procedure, Italian criminal procedure. In recent years, the focus turned to applications of AI to criminal justice and automatedly generated evidence.