Ban on electronic devices in court
For your information, smartphones and other electronic devices with internet access are generally not allowed in court. While the US Supreme Court has completely banned the use of these types of electronic devices in court, according to the company, all accessibility guidelines will be followed during court hearings. The robot lawyer will be connected through Apple AirPods during the hearing.
Enter the Golden Age of AI
The world is entering the golden age of AI
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently said that the world is entering the golden age of artificial intelligence. He said that an example of an Indian farmer was given while speaking on this in the forum’s annual meeting. He said a farmer used the ChatGPT interface to access an obscure government program over the Internet without knowing the local dialect.
What is ChatGPT?
Chat ChatGPT is one such deep machine learning based chat bot created by Open AI. Which perfectly answers almost all the questions asked by you. This chat bot does not provide multiple links while answering a question like Google. This chat bot gives you the right answer to your question. With the help of this tool, you can write good articles on any topic, from poems to stories. Chat GPT was launched on 30 November 2020. Since its launch, it has been the talk of the world.
A robot that will save you from fines
Joshua Brawner, founder and CEO of Donotpay, a company that makes AI robot lawyers, said the code and language of the law is almost identical. Therefore, artificial intelligence technology can be used in this. Browner said his robot runs on a smartphone. This robot is also going to tell how to get rid of the penalty after presenting the side in the court.
AI Robot Lawyer
This AI robot advocate is made by US based startup DoNotPay. This robot is going to make a strong case on the law regarding over speeding in the US court from next month i.e. from February. This will be the first time that an AI-based robot will participate in court and plead the law. The company claims that this robot can be operated with the help of a smartphone.