This AI is designed to help couples manage their divorce proceedings

This AI is designed to help couples manage their divorce proceedings
This AI is designed to help couples manage their divorce proceedings

In March 2019, we learned that Estonia was working on a “robot judge”. Concretely, this artificial intelligence would be able to judge disputes of less than 7,000 euros. Enough to reduce the workload of justice and free up time for more important cases. Since then, legaltech-related projects have multiplied all over the world.

Thus, our colleagues from Life, returned to the case of the site, which allows litigants to resolve their small disputes for a flat rate of € 36, satisfied or reimbursed. A particularly judicious initiative in France where recourse to mediation for disputes under € 5,000 is compulsory.

A real saving of time and money

In Australia, the use of the Amica app by divorcing couples is supported by the government. Part of the idea is to use AI to help partners make parenting arrangements and divide their assets. On its website, the company specifies that the tool takes into account ” legal principles and apply them to your situation ».

It incorporates a wealth of important data on past divorces and uses this information to make suggestions to users. For couples, this is quite interesting and allows them to avoid a legal process that can be expensive and slow.

Asked by The Conversation, a user underlines the fact that these devices remain neutral and do not judge the partners. He nevertheless specifies that they cannot completely replace humans.

However, the application has some significant limitations. In particular, she would have difficulty managing complex divorces and especially cases of domestic violence where human intervention remains essential. Access to digital platforms is also a real problem for some people who do not have sufficient digital literacy and this puts them at a disadvantage compared to connected citizens.

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