Journal of Forensic Research

ISSN: 2157-7145

Open Access

Monika Simmler

Department of Forensic Pathology and Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

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    Examining the Use of Algorithms in the Swiss Criminal Court System in "Smart Criminal Justice"
    Author(s): Monika Simmler*

    Lately, there have been endeavours to advance probabilistic announcing and the utilization of computational calculations across a few criminological science disciplines. Responses to these endeavours have been blended a few partners contend they advance more prominent logical thoroughness though others contend that the obscurity of algorithmic instruments makes it trying to genuinely examine the proof introduced against a litigant coming about because of these frameworks. Thus, the scientific local area has been left with no make way to explore these worries as each proposed approach has balancing advantages and dangers. To investigate these issues further and give an establishment to a way ahead, this study draws on semi-organized interviews with fifteen members to evoke the viewpoints of key law enforcement partners, including research facility supervisors, examiners, safeguard lawy.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2157-7145.2023.14.534

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