Australian Federal Court is testing how artificial intelligence can assist in automating divorce procedures.
Divorces can be very expensive and time consuming, given the painful process of dividing the assets equally, taking into account such complications, as the parental leave.
The project manager for a new Family Court Artificial Intelligence project Jessica Der Matossian believes that AI can provide a really neutral stance, making the whole process more effective and efficient.
AI system uses the database of 1600 divorce settlements to create automated recommendations on the best and fairest way to divide property for divorcees.
The proof-of-concept AI project has an accuracy rate over 90 percent, for under 80 percent of cases, reads the IT News article.
Jessica Der Matossian has won with hew project the 2020 iTnews Benchmark Awards, that can help the project gain more exposure to accelerate development.