Outcomes Report: The Growing Use of Artificial Intelligence by Government in Courts and Agencies

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On December 2, 2020, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Initiative of the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Law School hosted a roundtable to explore and analyze how AI tools are currently being used in the federal government.

In the past decade, various branches of the state and the federal government have incorporated artificial intelligence (AI) technologies into their operations. These uses range from AI-enhanced decision-making in the courts to AI-supported operations in state and federal administrative agencies. This roundtable examined the still nascent but growing use of AI in the government, with a particular focus on the court system and in administrative agencies, with an eye toward its implications for the larger society.

A report detailing the roundtable outcomes is now available for download, thanks to Colorado Law student and Silicon Flatirons Researcher Wilson D. Scarbeary and AI Initiative Director Harry Surden.

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