Trust or distrust in Artificial Intelligence – impacts on fundamental rights capacity and right to fair trial

The recent human rights documents and case law outline two main aspects of right to fair trial: the right to fair judicial and administrative procedures. Artificial intelligences set new challenges for these rights from several perspectives and these challenges address the trust (or distrust) in using AI as well.
On the one hand, it is dubious, whether an artificial intelligence could be subject to the right to fair trial. Could a robot demand legal protection, or could it be liable for its activities or omissions? These orient our attention towards the issues of legal personality and legal capacity of AI.
The other challenge is the judicial work based on artificial intelligences, which means something more, than the online and digital court. The AI could support the judicial decision-making process; could make certain decisions instead of the judge or the law enforcer; or it could help for the parties to estimate, whether it would be worthy to litigate.