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The Inter-American Court publishes a database developed with artificial intelligence

The Inter-American Court publishes a database developed with artificial intelligence

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IAC Court) launched a database of its jurisprudence, which was developed with artificial intelligence in order to facilitate access to information and promote human rights.

The Inter-American Court, based in Costa Rica, reported that the database is “developed with artificial intelligence technology and subject to a permanent editorial process of systematization and analysis of information with descriptors and metadata”.

The international court explained that the platform, which is hosted on its website, contains features that improve the experience of users who access, analyze and use its jurisprudence of the Court.

For example, the platform enables smart and accurate searches quickly; offers predictive analytics capabilities to strengthen legal research; continuously updating information, it has machine learning algorithms, among others.

Helps promote and protect human rights

The president of the Inter-American Court, Ricardo Perez Manriquepointed out that this new tool allows the jurisprudence of its court to be brought closer to the various users and, ultimately, helps to promote and protect human rights.

The court thanked Sweden for its cooperation in building the database that “represents a great advance in the field of human rights and technology”.

The Inter-American Court, whose jurisdiction is recognized by twenty Latin American and Caribbean States, is one of the three regional human rights courts that exist in the world and its objective is to apply and interpret the American Convention in the matter.

The official installation ceremony of the Inter-American Court in Costa Rica took place on September 3, 1979, after it was approved by the States party to the American Convention in November 1978.

With information from EFE.

Source: Gestion

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