Editorial

Artificial Intelligence Creates Genuine Liability Concerns

New Jersey Law Journal

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Ross, marketed as "the world's first artificially intelligent attorney," will do certain limited and focused legal research, but human lawyers remain responsible for the ultimate work product.

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  • JohnR

    Who are you kidding? As an active anti-illegal foreclosure activist for the last 8 years I have read hundreds (probably actually thousands) of articles, judicial decisions, professional tomes, all addressing the lousy, illegal, immoral and unethical state of out current judicial system Nationwide. And you want these guys to point of "the limitations of the technology" and to tell us whether "this kind of service" has its place? The legal industry as it stands is an arrogant and absurd oligarchy that it has created for itself, a monopolistic quasi Govt. who currently is being continually exposed for the arrogant, elitist, ludicrous, thieving collusionist‘s that they are and its about time. What we‘re all witnessing is just another industry created out of necessity, and corrupted far, far beyond legitimacy being shown to be what they really are... incompetent, arrogant, greedy criminals... by a machine. Great! Fantastic! Maybe in a few years from now we‘ll actually be able to see actual justice come from a court system that for far to long has belonged exclusively to the privileged.

  • Legal Transcription

    Very Informative article......Updation of technology enhances the performance in the legal industry.....

  • Legal Transcription

    Very Informative article......Updation of technology enhances the performance in the legal industry.....

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