On Thursday, June 16th, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) released Accountable AI a new report discussing artificial intelligence (AI) in the Canadian justice system. Accountable AI comprehensively analyzes AI and Automated Decision-making (ADM) systems used to assist government decision-making in public benefits, child protection, education, immigration, regulatory compliance, and many other civil and administrative justice applications. Issues discussed in the report include:
- Why and how governments are using AI
- How AI changes government decision-making
- The elements of AI regulation
- How to fulfill the promise of “Trustworthy AI”
- The “right to contest” AI
- How to adapt human rights and administrative law to government AI decision-making
- Ensuring public engagement
- Strategies to improve access to justice
The report includes 19 recommendations addressing AI regulation, “trustworthy AI,” bias in AI systems, “black-box” decision-making, due process, and access to justice.
To read the Final Report, please click here.
To read the Executive Summary, please click here.
Further information on the AI, Automated Decision-making and the Justice System project is available here.