Justice and digitalization as mutually determining factors of criminal-jurisdictional activity development
Keywords:justice, digitalization, criminal law, procedure, criminal-jurisdictional activity
The introduction of digital technologies has an impact on various aspects of criminaljurisdictional activity, optimizes the decision-making process based on data collection, coordination of actions of law enforcement officers, increases the effectiveness of their actions by minimizing the human factor in the process of legal decision-making through the use of the potential of artificial neural networks. On the basis of dialectical-materialist method and special legal research methods it is noted that the relationship between the concepts of “digital justice” and “justice” can be represented in the form of basic characteristics of the development of the same socially significant process, a key element of which is the use of robotic programs that simplify and accelerate human activities. It is pointed out that in the process of building in our society a fair legal basis of statehood, moral and legal culture as an integral attribute and a distinctive feature of the progressive development of the state is becoming increasingly important and of practical importance. The purpose of the article is to analyse the approaches and problems related to the Justice within the modern digital developments.
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