Oct 25, 2016

Will AI replace judges and lawyers?

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An artificial intelligence method developed by University College London computer scientists and associates has predicted the judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) with 79% accuracy, according to a paper published today (Monday, Oct. 24) in PeerJ Computer Science.

The method is the first to predict the outcomes of a major international court by automatically analyzing case text using a machine-learning algorithm.*.

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  1. Sam Peterson says:

    I think no matter how advanced technologically becomes, it will never be able to replace the experience of an actual attorney! Most of the people still perfer to opt for actual experienced lawyers like this one for ex, instead of an artificially developed one!