Kenzhigozhina, Karlygash Serikbayevna PhD, Acting Assistant Professor of L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan email@example.com
Abstract Recently, AI has invaded all spheres of human life, including the judicial systems of some developed countries. In other words, AI in the judiciary has become widespread for reducing the burden in litigation, generating documents, predicting, assisting judges, etc. The gradual introduction of AI originates with the digitalization of Kazakhstan, which includes all industries, to which the Supreme Court is no exception. Digitalization of the court begins with the introduction of "E-Saraptama," which is integrated with "E-Ugolovnoye delo" and "Torelik" and further study of the experience of developed countries and their process of introducing an AI system into the judicial system for further implementation of an AI system into the IT technologies. The article also examines materials related to the introduction of AI in the judicial system of Kazakhstan through the Project, launched by the Kazakh-British Technical University with the involvement of specialists in artificial intelligence from Nazarbayev University, which has become a project under close supervision, which is part of the framework of Atameken NCE RK. Atameken is the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, where most investments are provided for in order to develop the country. For this reason, in this article we intend to analyse articles with the results of the implementation of AI in the countries of China and the United States, as well as compare what similarities IT technology will have with the AI in Kazakhstan and exactly what attributes will be similar to the programmes of these countries. The starting point for the analysis was to collect materials and articles, study the results, and identify the advantages and disadvantages of AI systems in other countries and compare what features will be introduced into the programme with the AI system for judges and courts in Kazakhstan.
Keywords: court system, AI, judicial acts, AI in legal proceedings and verdicts, computing machinery and Intelligence, AI in the courts of Kazakhstan, similar cases, prediction of the verdict