Reijer Passchier in new episode of podcast
Through the use of artificial intelligence, the executive is gaining in efficiency. At the same time, however, the judiciary is trailing behind in the process of digitalisation. Is this a problem, and what can we do about it?
Reijer Passchier is Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law at the Open University and Leiden University. Referring to his book Artificiële intelligentie en de rechtstaat (on artificial intelligence and the constitutional state), he talks in this episode of the podcast SSR Meestervertellers about the shifting balance within the separation of powers.
Together with Daan Langkamp, Passchier speaks about technology as a phenomenon in society and about decisions that are hard to explain.
Listen via your podcast app, or click here (in Dutch).