BY G. F. G U ERC I O, C O N T R I B U T I N G E D IT O R
UNLEASHING THE POWER OF TECHNOLOGY IS A REAL GAME CHANGER FOR THE COURTS.
owerful new technologies and processes abound for the courts this fall. Tracking them down, many shown at the CTC2017, reveal improved pathways to a more efficient and effective court. These innovative ideas can be game changers and provide transformative answers to issues. The technology touches and improves nearly every area in a court from CMS deployment in multiple courts, to resolving cases without going face to face, to paying citations online. Technology transforms the court with robotic document processing, interpreters and evidence accessed from afar, supervision and community service checked and handled by handheld devices, communications continually updated in the courthouse as well as to users and jurors, and automatic triggering of business processes.
Technology and the firms that provide it to the courts almost need to wear a cape as the Wikipedia definition of a superhero is “someone who possesses superhuman power and is dedicated to fighting crime, protecting the public…” Superheroes in the courthouse, armed not with the ability to leap In Computing System Innovations’ CTC2017 session the crowd overflows to hear about AI and document processing from Henry Sal, Jr.
tall buildings but with powerful technology, are changing the game and transforming the court system.
AI Document Processing HE NR Y S AL, JR . P R E S I DE NT, C OM P U TI NG S YS TE M I NNOVATI ONS
Tesla makes self-driving cars, Amazon can predict what you are interested in purchasing, Starbucks now even knows what your coffee
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