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IONELA-DIANA PĂTRAȘC-BĂLAN, Cyberjustice. Predictive Justice And Investment Dispute Resolution

Abstract: Information technology is widely used in justice. Whether it is its use as an infrastructure to dematerialise court proceedings (e-justice), or whether it serves to solve online disputes (cyberjustice), information technology is a reality of contemporary justice. The ability to anticipate court solutions using algorithms within the concept of predictive justice provides a new perspective on the future. However, the use of information technology in the field of justice must take into account the observance of the procedural safeguards offered to all parties and can not result in the replacement of man in the dispute settlement activity, but can be a useful tool in making his activity more efficient.This article aims to present the ways in which IT is used in justice, the challenges, but also the perspectives of its integration into the national and European judicial system. It will also discuss the concept of predictive justice and the use of algorithms to anticipate solutions to investment disputes, based on the results of the study on predicting the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights.

Keywords: e-justice, e-law, cyberjustice, predictive justice, international investment dispute resolution.

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