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Robot Lawyer Stunt Cancelled After Human Lawyers Objected
DoNotPay has cancelled plans to have its AI-powered “robot lawyer” represent a defendant in a U.S. court after several human lawyer organizations objected to the experiment, according to company founder and CEO Joshua Browder. Browder hoped to make history by becoming the first lawyer to use artificial intelligence (AI) to argue a case in a court of law.Continue Reading https://metanews.com
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Isn't that also applicable on human lawyers, as in their schooling and the quality of the data they receive there?