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Briefing paper: AI in the family justice system

Artificial intelligence in the family justice system

In this briefing paper we set out to prompt discussion and reflection about how artificial intelligence has the potential to improve experiences for families and professionals accessing the family justice system. It also outlines the challenges and risks involved and discusses options for governance supporting safe and fair usage.

The paper focused on three potential areas for using AI, improving families’ experiences, enabling administrative efficiencies and supporting decision making.

It also raises some challenges and risks – such as fairness, accountability, privacy, transparency and accuracy – and ends with a discussion around regulation and governance.

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