Power couple.

Just when we couldn’t love Amal and George Clooney more, they go ahead an unveil a new app that is designed to help fight miscarriages of justice.

Part of their charity The Clooney Foundation For Justice that was set up in 2016, the AI app called TrialWatch will collect data measuring miscarriages of justice due to race, gender, sexual orientation and class around the world.



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The app was designed in collaboration with Microsoft and will scrutinise trials. It also has an ability to conduct a speech-to-text translation in any language making the information easily accessible around the world

“Courts around the world are increasingly being used to silence dissidents and target the vulnerable,” Amal Clooney said in a statement. “But so far there has been no systematic response to this.”

The human rights lawyer has recently been appointed by the UK government as The Foreign Secretary’s Special Envoy on Media Freedom and Co-Chair of the High Level Panel of Legal Experts and partnered with Prince Charles’s Prince’s Trust International charity and had Female Empowerment award named after her.


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Last week Amal delivered a moving speech at a UN meeting in New York on prevention of sexual violence that’s being used as a weapon of war.

Through her work, she has encountered many injustices firsthand and now is making a powerful stand with her husband as well as Columbia Law School, the American Bar Association, and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights who have all partnered with TrialWatch.

Now that’s a superwoman.

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