How Procedural Tricks Can Help You Foresee the Future

The ICT (Information and Communication Engineering) are assuming an genuine revolution in all locations of our lives. Law is no unknown person to this situation and in a few years we have experienced the passage of paper repertoires to legal databases, the thorough management of computerized documents at the level of law and Justice Administration or migration to the cloud thank you to the progress is Internet, to name a few.
But this is merely the beginning, talking about ICT is much more than this, and it goes in many directions, so it is no lengthier possible to talk about ICT, offered its breadth, but it has to be done from certain aspects or tools to find a way to assimilate and understand something of this whole process of change.


ICT Reference
Returning to the area of Law, and before continuing the exhibition, it is necessary to know the ICT terminology, for this we propose the glossary of ICT terms prepared by Susana González Ruisánchez, accessible from the website of the General Council of Spanish language Law.
First steps
ICTs, in add-on to simplifying processes and optimizing time, have authorized us to collect an immense amount of data, which if we manage them properly, provide us with valuable information. In this sense, data management for a certain purpose, come up years ago, research areas with the aim of offering value and expand to that information and we find the Artificial Intelligence (also known by its phrase in English AI) or the "machine learning "(with autonomous learning) or the currently booming" Legaltech ".

The jurimetry
In this context there is another new concept, the jurimetry, on which various creators propose right now there are some definitions however in a simplified way it is made up of analyzing hundreds of thousands of resolutions to predict the course and result of a court procedure offering data such as length, feasibility or possibility of that is appealed. That is, it becomes a tool to help in making strategic decisions in the procedural field and for customer service, since from the beginning we can provide an answer to numerous of the issues that arise when employing our services.
At the moment presently there are two publishing companies that have launched jurimetry tools, whilst they are not fully developed for all courts, courts and states, and they are Wolters Kluwer and Vlex.


One more step in Artificial Intelligence and Law
Artificial Intelligence and Jurimetry, is creating a broad argument worldwide. In the event that the machines with the data they have available and the steady self-learning through sets of rules, can not only predict, however resolve a matter, will they change lawyers and judges solving certain issues individually? If you search the Internet, on this subject you will find various and interesting experiences and articles that reflect on the topic.

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