The advent of Artificial lntelligence (Al) holds great potential to improve criminal justice cooperation, both at home and across borders. The field of justice is undergoing digital transformation, and AI, as a set of different technologies, has an important role to play in helping judicial authorities operate more efficiently and effectively. Such performance gains can eventually result in better access to justice and reduced time to render judicial decisions.
ln recent years, with the support of the European Commission, Eurojust and eu-LISA have started preparing for digital judicial cooperation, including Al based solutions. Our joint report and accompanying factsheet build on that work and offer a high-level overview of the related legal and policy issues. Additionally, the report explores Al use-cases to highlight how it benefits international judicial cooperation.