Litigation gone digital: Ottawa experiments with artificial intelligence in tax cases

Litigation gone digital: Ottawa experiments with artificial intelligence in tax cases


Publication/Creation Date
September 13 2018
Creators/Contributors
Dean Beeby (creator)
Blue J Legal Inc. (contributor)
Ian McLeod (contributor)
Fenwick McKelvey (contributor)
Alex Benay (contributor)
Fabio Bonanno (contributor)
University Of Toronto (contributor)
Concordia University (contributor)
Immigration, Refugee And Citizenship Canada (IRCC) (contributor)
Employment And Social Development Canada (ESDC) (contributor)
Treasury Board Of Canada (contributor)
Justice Canada (contributor)
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
The Justice Department has quietly launched an artificial intelligence experiment as the Trudeau government prepares to use such sophisticated software to help make decisions in cases involving immigration, pension benefits and taxes.

The 18-month pilot project, which involves the Canada Revenue Agency, was started even though the government has yet to establish clear ethical guidelines on its use of artificial intelligence, or AI.
HCI Platform
Other
Location on Body
Not On The Body
Augments
Deciding
Source
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/artificial-intelligence-tax-justice-pilot-1.4817242

Date archived
September 19 2018
Last edited
November 22 2018
How to cite this entry
Dean Beeby. (September 13 2018). "Litigation gone digital: Ottawa experiments with artificial intelligence in tax cases". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/3200