Justice 4.0 launches Data Annotation Course for AI Models in the Judiciary

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The Justice 4.0 Program has introduced a new online course on Data Annotation for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Models in the Judiciary. The course is designed for professionals working in the justice system but is also open to the general public. Enrollments can be made on the platform of the Centro de Formação e Aperfeiçoamento de Servidores do Poder Judiciário (CEAJUD).

The training enables judges, court officials, and judiciary staff to understand the concept and methods of data annotation and its role in the generation of AI models. Additionally, the course presents and discusses the importance of data quality, highlighting the need for correct, complete, valid, relevant and reliable data for generating datasets for machine learning algorithms, as well as for data-driven business management. AI is one of the new technologies utilized by Brazilian courts to promote efficiency and speed in the judiciary’s routine.

The course has a duration of 10 hours and is available in a self-instructional mode. A minimum of 70% performance in the assessment activity is required for certification. The course utilizes the infrastructure of CEAJUD’s Moodle platform. To follow the classes, participants need equipment with which they can access the platform, updated versions of Windows, Linux, or Mac, and an internet connection.

The training is part of the AI track of the Sinapses Platform, which aims at training, hosting, and auditing AI models for use by the Judiciary.

Check all the details about the Data Annotation for AI Models training in the course overview.

Justice 4.0

Initiated in 2020, the Justice 4.0 Program is the result of a cooperation agreement between the National Council of Justice (CNJ) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with support from the Federal Justice Council (CJF), Superior Court of Justice (STJ), Superior Labor Court (TST), and the Superior Council of Labor Justice (CSJT). Its objective is to develop and enhance technological solutions to make the services offered by the Brazilian justice system more efficient, effective, and accessible to the population, as well as optimizing process management for judges, officials, lawyers, and other stakeholders in the justice system.

Text: Isabela Martel
Editing: Ana Terra
CNJ News Agency