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Kazan Scientists to Engineer Russia's First Robot Judge
October 29, 2016 17:34

The robot will teach law students to correctly analyze large bulks of data and take decisions under the law.
Scientists of the Kazan Federal University (KFU) will create the prototype of Russia's first robot judge. The university's supercomputer will be used for attaining this goal. The robot will teach law students to correctly analyze large bulks of data and take decisions under the law.
It was reported to TASS by the head of the KFU press center, Kamil Gareyev.
"The rector has set the task of creating a system, which can figure out the possible version of the judge's decision based on the available data. Working groups of lawyers, mathematicians and programmers will be generated in the KFU and prepare the program of work on the artificial intelligence system within a month ", - Mr. Gareyev said. According to him, the robot will be used for training students of the law faculty, though later the development can be commercialized. "Programmers, mathematicians and lawyers assume that the project can be commercialized and provided for public use as a commercial product, which will assist in taking the right decisions in the field of law", - he explained.
According to the head of the KFU press center, the supercomputer operating in the university since 2015 will be used for engineering the robot judge. "The database of legal judgments and legislative enactments with recent changes have to be analyzed, which is a complex task for a supercomputer", - he explained. He noted that it would take the KFU several years to create the robot judge.
Mr. Gareyev specified that a similar intellectual system is available only in the USA today. "In America the system is based on search and comparison of similar judgments, so American developments cannot be adapted to our legislation", - the specialist specified.
Russia's first robot teacher was earlier put into operation in Kazan. It assists the teacher in explaining the training material in the Information Technology Lyceum under the KFU.
The Kazan Federal University was founded in 1804 and is one of Russia's ten federal universities. It has about 7 thousand teachers and nearly 50 thousand students. The supervisory board of the KFU is headed by the RF Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications, Nikolai Nikiforov.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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