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A senior judge has said that despite advances in AI technology, it is unlikely to replace human beings in judicial decision-making in complex, personal cases but could provide solutions for certain types of civil disputes. Master of the Rolls Sir Geoffrey Vos predicted that AI was likely to make dec

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The European Union (EU) has moved significantly closer to adopting laws regulating artificial intelligence. The European Parliament has approved regulations meant to set a worldwide benchmark for the technology, which covers a broad spectrum from automated medical diagnoses to certain types of drone

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Artificial intelligence is changing how we live and work. Generative AI is able to produce written texts and many other types of content, including soon perhaps legal documents. Could such AI be used to deliver justice more quickly and cheaply than lawyers and judges? What safeguards should there be

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An artificial intelligence start-up has struck a deal to develop a robot lawyer that can draft contracts. Robin AI has secured $10.5m (£8.8m) in equity funding and is developing a bot to parse contracts and suggest new wording to lawyers.

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An independent review of new policing technologies, chaired at Edinburgh Napier University, has suggested statutory codes of practice could be considered to provide greater clarity and safeguards around the future use of live facial recognition and certain artificial intelligence (AI) applications.

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A multi-million-dollar project to protect a person’s online identity is enlisting help from a team of University of Dundee experts. Experts from the university’s Centre for Argument Technology are to develop software capable of detecting and disguising trademark linguistic patterns used

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Lawyers in Malaysia have branded a move by courts to use artificial intelligence unconstitutional. In a pilot scheme on the island of Borneo, AI is being used to assist judges in sentencing drug dealers and rapists.

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A guide for EU lawyers and law firms on the use of artificial intelligence in legal practice will be published at an event in Brussels tomorrow. The guide is the result of two years of work in the framework of the AI4Lawyers project co-funded by the Justice programme of the European Union.

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The proliferation of artificial intelligence tools used in the justice system without proper oversight, particularly by the police, has serious implications for human rights and civil liberties, according to the House of Lords Justice and Home Affairs Committee. In its report Technology rules? The a

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Global business leaders have concerns about decisions and omissions made by artificial intelligence (AI) systems despite their wide adoption in the private sector, a survey by Dentons has found. The vast majority (81 per cent) of businesses cited personal data protection as a significant concern, ye

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Lawyers could use “performance-enhancing medication” in the future to maintain parity with machines, according to a new report from the Law Society of England and Wales. Images of the Future Worlds Facing the Legal Profession 2020-2030 also suggests that artificial intelligence could hal

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Patrick Penninckx, head of the information society department at the Council of Europe conducted a webinar entitled Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights this week. It was organised by the European Law Students Association (ELSA) as part of a series of webinars on law and technology. The spe

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