Monday, February 6, 2023

History’s first robot lawyer will debut in a trial in February

artificial intelligence He is capable of amazing things. He is also capable of giving legal advice. According to ‘New Scientist’, next February, this type of solution will be used for the first time during the development of the test so that the defendant can defend himself.

Specifically, the tool, in the form of an app, has been developed by the company DoNotPay, and will give advice to the defendant during the trial via a mobile phone. The location of the court, the charge and the name of the defendant are unknown.

The application provides advice on a large number of issues. However, during the trial, you will hear everything that is said in court and advise the defendant on how to defend himself.

Created in 2015 by the company behind The Mill Joshua Brower, a student at Stanford University. In theory, it was intended to help users appeal traffic fines. To do this, the bot asks the user several questions. Once he answers them, Samadhan automatically generates a letter to appeal.

the company has to make application change To make it functional during testing, as explained by Browder via the aforementioned. For example, it doesn’t automatically suggest the user every time it hears a voice. Instead, it will wait for the prosecution to conclude before analyzing the results.

“Many lawyers are charging a lot of money to copy and paste documents and I think they will definitely be replaced, and they need to be replaced,” Brower said in statements reported by British outlet ‘Daily Mail’. should.”

As we mentioned, according to the company the Do Not Pay tool is capable of doing many things. between them, you can file a complaint Learn more about defective products and services, cancel unwanted subscriptions and services, get refunds for canceled flights and hotels, or deny unwanted credit applications.

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