AI in the realm of courts: unacceptable or imaginable?

The potential impact of AI on the legal profession, particularly in the areas of eDiscovery, legal research, and drafting legal documents has led to the belief that machines will replace judges and juries; it is unlikely in the near future, and AI will instead be used to save vast amounts of human hours in the litigation process. However, for AI to be effective in legal research, it needs to have a true legal understanding, a capability that is still developing. AI should be able to search through legal cases to find relevant precedents for a specific case. However, in order to do so effectively, AI needs to have a genuine legal understanding.

Source: Lexology






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