lead to risks of discrimination in automated decision-making, dehumanization of justice, and contradiction to its basic goals (correction as a purpose of punishment, decisions which take into account circumstances and current social situation, etc.). This could lead to a society in which justice has lost its meaning and has only become an effective tool for usurping power by groups that "program algorithms."
Therefore, the introduction of these technologies is possible not only through the work of IT professionals. Experts in the fields of law, ethics, philosophy, etc. should be involved in the substantiation and discussion of this, as the European Union emphasizes in its relevant documents. The purpose of this study is to identify those multidisciplinary challenges that accompany the introduction of AI technologies in the field of justice and suggest ways to solve them.