Summary: 1. Preconditions for the problem of effective resolution of civil disputes in Ukraine. – 2. Methodology for applying artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms for effective resolution of civil disputes. – 3. Conclusions.
The article examines the main direction of the modern model’s formation of justice in Ukraine regarding sustainable development, the need to support and develop strong and peaceful institutions, and adaptation of Ukrainian legislation to EU law. Based on the analysis of existing approaches, the use of artificial intelligence for the development of tools that analyse large data sets of the Unified the State Register of Court Decisions to identify stable regularities in the judicial system’s functioning will be possible through the development of systems and assessment of risks to achieve the desired outcome of civil cases, increase the percentage of funds awarded, ensure the effective use of public funds for the maintenance of the judiciary in the state, and promote its growth equally across levels in society. The study showed that it is necessary to determine the indicators of the justice system’s efficient functioning and the main factors affecting their efficient consideration of civil cases by the court, as well as the reasons for the risk of excessive length in court proceedings, non-enforcement of court decisions, and high court costs. The findings show that it is necessary to develop a catalogue of information from the analysed cases by taking into account the legal proceedings’ administrative performance indicators in civil cases, as well as the identification of their main and significant factors affecting the effectiveness of legal proceedings and the derivation of quantitative and effective indicators.
Competing interests: The executive head of the project is Prof. Iryna Izarova, who serves as an Editor-in-Chief of AJEE; though she was not involved in decision-making on this publication and review. Disclaimer: The author declares that her opinion and views expressed in this manuscript are free of any impact of any organizations.
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indicators of efficiency of the judicial system; factors influencing the effectiveness of dispute resolution; court case information catalogue; forecasting the results of court proceedings
Submitted on 01 Mar 2023 / Revised: 19 Apr 2023 / Approved: 20 Apr 2023 / Published online: 04 May 2023 // Last Published: 15 May 2023
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V Turkanova ‘Prospects for the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms for effective resolution of civil disputes’ 2023 2(19) Access to Justice in Eastern Europe 232-241. https://doi.org/10.33327/AJEE-18-6.2-n000224
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