The Solicitors Regulation Authority has been awarded £700,000 in taxpayers’ money to support innovations involving artificial intelligence to transform the legal services market for small businesses and consumers. It is one of 15 winning bidders to the £10m ’Regulators’ Pioneer Fund’ set up by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in its ‘grand challenge’ to support new technologies. Continue reading UK- £700,000 awarded to support Artificial intelligence in Legal services
The lord chief justice has been invited to meet the courtroom interpreters he predicts will be out of a job ‘within a few years’ as a result of advances in technology. Continue reading Replacing interpreters with technology ‘will lead to miscarriages of justice
Multilingual ‘law-bots’ that can provide lightning-quick advice with greater accuracy than its human counterparts means the cost of engaging a lawyer will get cheaper.
Artificial intelligence (AI) which can automate manual tasks traditionally completed by lawyers, will free up thousands of hours every year. Continue reading Rise of the ‘law-bots’: NZ firm developing AI for legal services