Thursday, February 2, 2023

“Robot lawyer” with AI will defend a defendant in his first court case torio

In the purest style of science fiction or animated series, a “lawyer robot”, rather, a artificial intelligence One who will run on the phone of a defendant, defend him and argue on his behalf in this court case. Not the trial of the century, just a speeding ticket at stake.

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Maybe we can imagine something very exciting like a robot walking around the room defending the accused, but no. As NewScientist reports, the defendant will have an iPhone in his pocket, with a ai app company’s don’t pay and a headset would suggest appropriate answers for the user to be able to debate.

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If you think this is a threat to lawyers, let me tell you no, CEO of the company, Joshua Brower, explained that he would like his application to be good enough to replace a lawyer, but one who charges a lot and doesn’t do a good job. It is all about language. [jurídico], and that’s why lawyers charge hundreds or even thousands of dollars an hour.” “There will still be very good lawyers able to argue before the European Court of Human Rights, but a lot of lawyers charge a lot for copying and pasting documents, so I think they will definitely be replaced and They should be replaced.”

There are no details on the location or identity of the defendant, it is only known that the trial will continue february And in case of losing the test, the developer company, DoNotPay, has agreed to pay the fine for its client. In any case, it is exciting and fascinating to know how this case will end.

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