Robot Lawyer Will Represent The Defendant In Court Soon
A robot lawyer will represent the defendant in court soon. The company making the technology says that a robot lawyer can fight corporations, beat bureaucracy, and sue anyone. Because of recent technological advancements, many people are asking this question: Will artificial intelligence put lawyers out of business?
Suleman ShahJan 18, 2023115 Shares2138 Views
A robot lawyer will represent the defendant in court soon. The company making the technologysays that a robot lawyer can fight corporations, beat bureaucracy, and sue anyone. Because of recent technological advancements, many people are asking this question: Will artificial intelligenceput lawyers out of business?
Although it seems out of the ordinary, it will actually happen in the USA next month. In February, DoNotPay's artificial intelligence (AI) will give advice to a defendant during a court case. This may be the first time that an AI has ever represented a party in court.
The artificial intelligence (AI) running on a smartphone will listen to every word said in the courtroom before giving the defendant instructions through an earpiece. To ensure a controlled environment for the experiment, the robot lawyer will remain silent about the location of the court as well as the name of its defendant.Joshua Browder, a computer scientist from Stanford University, established DoNotPay in California in 2015.
He wants to fully replace attorneys with his software in order to help defendants save money. In his account, he informs everybody about his project. He wrote in a caption:
Here it is! The first ever Comcast bill negotiated 100% with A.I and LLMs. Our @DoNotPay ChatGPT bot talks to Comcast Chat to save one of our engineers $120 a year on their Internet bill. Will be publicly available soon and work on online forms, chat and email.
The founder and CEO of the company said it took a lot of work to teach DoNotPay's AI assistant about case law on a wide range of topics and make sure the app tells the truth. He stated:
We're trying to minimize our legal liability, and it's not good if it actually twists facts and is too manipulative.
DoNotPay uses artificial intelligence to assist people in fighting big businesses and resolving issues such as contesting parking tickets, appealing bank fees, and suing robocallers. The purpose of DoNotPay is to level the playing field by making legal knowledge and self-help available to everyone.
Here are some AI features and the types of problems that companies can help you with. If you go to their official website, you will notice the words "Solve this problem for me" in every category. What are your thoughts on this?
You should agree that it has always been expensive for people to hire lawyers to represent them in court. But what if there was a robot lawyer that was powered by AI and could help anyone? Even though it seems impossible, the company that makes the robot lawyer will make it possible in the next month.
"It's within the letter of the law, but I don't think anyone could ever imagine this would happen. It's not in the spirit of the law, but we're trying to push things forward and a lot of people can't afford legal help. If these cases are successful, it will encourage more courts to change their rules," the designer of AI-powered lawyer stated. Meanwhile, Browder informs everyone that if the robot lawyer loses the case, DoNotPay will pay any fines.