Announced at the end of 2018, the project DataJust has taken an important step. The decree, published on 27 march, in full confinement, gives carte blanche to the ministry of Justice to develop an algorithm for estimating the amounts of compensation for bodily injury. Even if the name DataJust leaves awkwardly assume that the data would make the justice more fair, the idea is in fact more subtle and deserves that one is interested. In both the specifications and the use of this algorithm in the ethical considerations and the respect for individual rights. Bienv... Article reserved to subscribers
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