DoNotPay was founded in California in 2015 by. A Stanford University computer scientist named Joshua Browder. To save defendants money, he wants his app to replace lawyers .For most individuals, hiring a lawyer to represent. Them in court has always been an expensive investment. But what if there was an AI-powered robot lawyer who could represent anyone?
It sounds weird, but it’s going to happen in real life in the US next month. A defendant will likely receive advice from an artificial intelligence (AI) developed by. DoNotPay during the court case in February. First time an AI has represented a party in court.
According to New Scientist, the AI will run on a smartphone, dictating what to say to. The defendant through an earpiece before the court proceedings.
But, DoNotPay, the company. That developed the AI, has remained silent on the court’s position and the name of the accused.
DoNotPay was founded in California in 2015 by. A Stanford University computer scientist named Joshua Browder. To save defendants money, he wants his app to replace lawyers .
The company claims that “the DoNotPay app is the home of the world’s first robot lawyer. Fight corporations, beat bureaucracy, and sue anyone at the press of a button.
Business founder and CEO Joshua Browder claims . That DoNotPay required a lot of effort to train. AI assistants on a wide range of case law on various issues and ensure the app stays true to reality.
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“We’re trying to cut. Our legal liability, and if it actually twists and manipulates the facts, that’s not good,” he said.