Judge Gavel AI court

Last week DoNotPay(Opens in a new window) CEO Joshua Browder announced that the company’s AI chatbot would represent a defendant in a U.S. court(Opens in a new window), marking the first use of artificial intelligence for this purpose. Now the experiment has been cancelled, with Browder stating he’s received objections from multiple state bar associations.

The plan had been to use DoNotPay’s AI in a speeding case(Opens in a new window) scheduled to be heard on Feb. 22. The chatbot would run on a smartphone, listening to what was being said in court before providing instructions to the anonymous defendant via an earpiece.

Read more at Mashable…

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