HANGZHOU, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Registered users have completed 3.14 million litigation activities through a smart court application from March to October, according to a white paper released by the Supreme People's Court (SPC) Wednesday.
Titled "Chinese Courts and Internet Judiciary," the white paper reported that 1.16 million people and 73,200 lawyers have registered in smart courts.
China has made great efforts on building online judiciary courts by utilizing big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain.
Earlier this year, the "mobile micro courts," a pilot project providing "one-stop" services like filing, hearing, mediation and evidence exchanges was launched in 12 provincial-level regions by the SPC, aiming to facilitate judicial procedures.
This "one-stop" litigation service system aims to enable users to complete judicial proceedings without going to the court, said Li Shaoping, deputy president of the SPC.