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Why Are Chinese Courts Turning to AI?
January 19, 2019
Why Are Chinese Courts Turning to AI?
A drive to standardize judgments for “similar cases” has courts experimenting with big data and AI.
Why Are Chinese Courts Turning to AI?
China, US Accuse Each Other of Human Rights Violations
April 15, 2016
China, US Accuse Each Other of Human Rights Violations
It's the 2016 edition of what has become a yearly ritual.
China, US Accuse Each Other of Human Rights Violations
Trial Set for Human Rights Campaigner Guo Feixiong
September 10, 2014
Trial Set for Human Rights Campaigner Guo Feixiong
Guo Feixiong becomes the latest human rights activist to be tried for "disrupting social order" in China.
Trial Set for Human Rights Campaigner Guo Feixiong
US ‘Top Destination’ for China’s Fugitive Officials
August 11, 2014
US ‘Top Destination’ for China’s Fugitive Officials
Without an extradition treaty, China is having difficulty repatriating corrupt officials who flee to the United States.
US ‘Top Destination’ for China’s Fugitive Officials
Beijing's Blueprint for Judicial Reform
July 12, 2014
Beijing's Blueprint for Judicial Reform
The Supreme People's Court outlined reforms to increase judicial professionalism and independence.
Beijing's Blueprint for Judicial Reform
Xi Jinping's Time as a Countryside Laborer
June 14, 2014
Xi Jinping's Time as a Countryside Laborer
Plus, a judicial controversy, and Chinese Christians past and present. Friday China links.
Xi Jinping's Time as a Countryside Laborer
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