A robot based on artificial intelligence is preparing to appear in court after being accused of working without a university degree specializing in law, and without a license, thus becoming the first lawyer supported by artificial intelligence to be tried.
The American law firm filed "Edelson" The lawsuit against the chatbot "DoNotPay"in the state of California, where it said that the service provided by the robot is illegal, as it does not have a license to practice the profession or a certificate, according to the newspaper. "Daily Mail" British.
Some of those dealing with the robot complained that the information, services and suggestions it provided to them were not at the required level, and some advice led to counterproductive results.
For his part, the CEO of the company that developed the robot, Joshua Browder, denied all these allegations, saying that the lawyer robot is able to attend sessions and provide useful legal advice.
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