• Meet the World's 1st Robotic Lawyer, ROSS

    One of the largest law firms in the U.S., BakerHostetler, says it will use an "AI lawyer" built upon IBM's Watson to help in its bankruptcy division

    published: 16 May 2016
  • Robots and Lawyers: partnership of the future

    On 21 June, the Law Society hosted a conference on the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning in law. Speakers: * Jonathan Smithers, president, the Law Society * Professor Katie Atkinson, professor of Computer Science and head of the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool * Dale Lane, developer for IBM working on Watson * Peter Wright, chair of the Law Society Technology & Law Reference Group See the full story at Description of event: Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technology has made significant progress in recent years. Arguably, legal and ethical thinking about the societal implications could now be lagging behind this technical progress. We explored how machine learning is currently being used, how it may be used in the fut...

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • Robot Lawyers AU: ABC Interviews Andrew George About Free Legal Service

    ABC interviews accredited criminal law specialist Andrew George about a free legal service called "Robot Lawyers AU" that aims to help unrepresented people tell their story in court. The program is designed for people who cannot afford a lawyer and are left with no choice but to represent themselves in court for minor criminal charges. You can check the service here: https://www.robot-lawyers.com.au. Andrew is a partner at Doogue O'Brien George Defence Lawyers, a private criminal law firm in Melbourne, Australia and is also the creator of Robot Lawyers AU.

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Will Bots Replace Lawyers? - Joshua Browder (DoNotPay)

    The law is widely considered as society’s operating system. Despite its importance, over 80 percent of the legal needs of the poor are unmet. The law relies on information and rules, something that technology is unsurprisingly good at handling. Over the past year, Joshua Browder has been working to replace exploitative lawyers—mainly the ones charging hundreds of dollars for copying and pasting documents—with chatbots. Josh will speak about whether his “robot lawyer,” which has fought nearly $5 million worth of parking tickets, greedy landlords, and homelessness, should worry those in the legal profession.

    published: 28 Oct 2016
  • Robot Lawyers Meet Cybersecurity: Reengineering Data Law Using AI & Managed Services

    Neota Logic and Akerman share how innovative law firms are embracing artificial intelligence and strategic partnerships with alternative legal service providers to reengineer the delivery of legal services. The webinar includes a demonstration of the Akerman Data Law Center, an AI-enabled, subscription-based offering developed by Akerman in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services and Neota Logic. The ADLC puts actionable answers and legal advice at clients’ fingertips, 24/7/365, at significant cost savings over billable-hour models. Discussion was followed by audience Q&A with the Akerman team behind the ADLC.

    published: 16 Dec 2016
  • Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers by 2030?

    –Could artificial intelligence replace lawyers by 2030? https://hacked.com/legal-consulting-firm-believes-artificial-intelligence-replace-lawyers-2030 –On the Bonus Show: Why medical students are watching Seinfeld, Kanye West fans don’t know who Paul McCartney is, HarperCollins omits Israel, more.. Website: http://www.davidpakman.com Become a Member: http://www.davidpakman.com/membership Be our Patron on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/davidpakman Discuss This on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/thedavidpakmanshow/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow TDPS Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/davidpakmanshow David's Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dpakman TDPS Gear: http://www.davidpakman.com/gear 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP Subscribe to The David Pakman Show for more: ht...

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • Top 10 Jobs Most Likely to be Replaced by Robots

    Be prepared for the automation of life as we know it. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Jobs Most Likely to be Replaced by Robots or Machines. For this list, we're looking at those jobs that, in the near future, will be entirely automated and performed by artificial intelligence. Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo or visit our channel page here: http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Special thanks to our user akt for suggesting this great idea on our Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/sugges...

    published: 04 Oct 2015
  • Robot Lawyers trending in BBC

    For those following for just the last year we KNEW this was coming and WOW, its been rising fast. RFB http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-39205935 SUPPORT MY CHANNEL BY SUPPORTING MY SPONSOR LIFE CHANGE SUPPLEMENTS https://getthetea.com/ https://www.patreon.com/RichieFromBoston Help me help others as well as Make much needed upgrades to my equipment and channel RFB Special thanks to ODD Reailty And NICHOLSON1968 for the intros and outros Disclaimer: All works by RichieFromBoston are criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching and research. -All footage taken falls under ''fair use'' of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998). Therefore, no breach of privacy or copyright has been committed. -FAIR USE STATEMENT This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not b...

    published: 18 Mar 2017
  • Episode 12: Robot Lawyers and Pitching Movies to Stripes

    We talk about robot lawyers, parking tickets, self driving cars, and movie ideas for Stripes the Movie Mogul

    published: 18 Jan 2017
  • Robots Will Replace THESE Jobs

    What jobs will robots be taking over in the future? John and Hannah talk about our robot overlords. What jobs will be most protected and least protected from robot takeover? Don't forget guys, if you like this video please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with your friends to show your support - it really helps us out! If there's something you'd like to see us discuss on the show, tweet us about it! See you tomorrow :) ***************************************************** Every day ThinkTank challenges preconceptions, exposes amazing new facts and discoveries, explores different perspectives, and inspires you to learn more about the world and the people around you. Feed your brain with new videos every day at 12pm Eastern/9am Pacific! SUBSCRIBE or you'll miss out! http://tinyurl.com/...

    published: 25 Jan 2016
  • Is A.I. Artificial Intelligence coming for your job?

    Even in China, the land of the low-paid factory worker, robots are quietly taking over from their human counterparts. China has now overtaken Japan for having more robots than anywhere else in the world. The Chinese government is concerned about an ageing population and the rising cost of human labour making Chinese products less competitive. It is giving over $100 Billion in subsidies for companies to replace more human workers with robots. It's hoped that the workers that will no longer work in the factories will move to the growing service sector, in part to help look after the ageing population. Countries In the west have already lost large numbers of manufacturing jobs to china but we shouldn’t get too smug about our white-collar jobs in high tech, administration, clerical and prod...

    published: 02 Nov 2016
  • Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds?

    2014 ILTA Session with Joshua Lenon, Noah Waisberg, Stuart Barr, Michael Mills, and moderated by Ryan McClead

    published: 26 Sep 2014
  • British student creates world's first robot lawyer

    (12 Nov 2016) LEAD IN: Could the next piece of legal advice you receive be from a robot? A British student has developed what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer, helping unhappy motorists appeal against parking tickets. STORY-LINE: Meet Joshua Browder, a second year student at Stanford University and founder of 'DoNotPay', what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer. Frustrated at having received several parking tickets, London-born Browder was driven to develop an automated system which helped appeal them. After first sharing his creation with family and friends, the economics and computer science student then saw his robot lawyer called upon by thousands of unhappy motorists. "I created this almost as a side project, but then 9 months later, millions of doll...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • REAL Sword Art Online + Xbox Live Under Attack? + Robot Lawyers - The Know

    UPDATE: We've been had?! According to RoadToVR, Sword Art Online: Beginnings is only being MARKETED as a real SAO, and in fact is only a VR experience demo. For 200 people. And now we're mad. Sword Art Online won't be fiction for much longer, Xbox Live goes down so much you feel like you should pay it--oh wait, you already do, robots are doing legal legwork, Warren Spector is trash talking the video game industry, China is racing for Mars, and mobile phones really really want gamers to care about them. LET'S SPEED RUN ALL THE NEWS! Sources: http://bit.ly/1PXSkb6 Written By: Eddy Rivas Hosted By: Ashley Jenkins Follow The Know on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_TheKnow Follow The Know on Facebook: http://facebook.com/RT.TheKnow Rooster Teeth Store: http://bit.ly/1rH5ixT Rooster Teeth: ...

    published: 24 Feb 2016
  • Meet ROSS, Your Brand New Artificially Intelligent Lawyer

    ROSS Intelligence builds artificially intelligent tools to enhance lawyer’s abilities – allowing them to do more than ever before humanly possible.

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • Rise of the Robots and the future job market - Martin Ford interview

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/17/books/review/rise-of-the-robots-and-shadow-work.html Martin Ford documents in “Rise of the Robots,” the job-eating maw of technology now threatens even the nimblest and most expensively educated. Lawyers, radiologists and software designers, among others, have seen their work evaporate to India or China. Tasks that would seem to require a distinctively human capacity for nuance are increasingly assigned to algorithms, like the ones currently being introduced to grade essays on college exams. Particularly terrifying to me, computer programs can now write clear, publishable articles, and, as Ford reports, Wired magazine quotes an expert’s prediction that within about a decade 90 percent of news articles will be computer-­generated.In his new book, Rise of th...

    published: 07 Jun 2015
Meet the World's 1st Robotic Lawyer, ROSS

Meet the World's 1st Robotic Lawyer, ROSS

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One of the largest law firms in the U.S., BakerHostetler, says it will use an "AI lawyer" built upon IBM's Watson to help in its bankruptcy division
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Robots and Lawyers: partnership of the future

Robots and Lawyers: partnership of the future

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  • Updated: 12 Jul 2016
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On 21 June, the Law Society hosted a conference on the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning in law. Speakers: * Jonathan Smithers, president, the Law Society * Professor Katie Atkinson, professor of Computer Science and head of the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool * Dale Lane, developer for IBM working on Watson * Peter Wright, chair of the Law Society Technology & Law Reference Group See the full story at Description of event: Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technology has made significant progress in recent years. Arguably, legal and ethical thinking about the societal implications could now be lagging behind this technical progress. We explored how machine learning is currently being used, how it may be used in the future and what the legal implications could be. The discussion will also examine the potential liability and regulatory considerations in relation to machine learning, and the role of the law and lawyers in this rapidly evolving area.
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Robot Lawyers AU: ABC Interviews Andrew George About Free Legal Service

Robot Lawyers AU: ABC Interviews Andrew George About Free Legal Service

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ABC interviews accredited criminal law specialist Andrew George about a free legal service called "Robot Lawyers AU" that aims to help unrepresented people tell their story in court. The program is designed for people who cannot afford a lawyer and are left with no choice but to represent themselves in court for minor criminal charges. You can check the service here: https://www.robot-lawyers.com.au. Andrew is a partner at Doogue O'Brien George Defence Lawyers, a private criminal law firm in Melbourne, Australia and is also the creator of Robot Lawyers AU.
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Will Bots Replace Lawyers? - Joshua Browder (DoNotPay)

Will Bots Replace Lawyers? - Joshua Browder (DoNotPay)

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  • Updated: 28 Oct 2016
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The law is widely considered as society’s operating system. Despite its importance, over 80 percent of the legal needs of the poor are unmet. The law relies on information and rules, something that technology is unsurprisingly good at handling. Over the past year, Joshua Browder has been working to replace exploitative lawyers—mainly the ones charging hundreds of dollars for copying and pasting documents—with chatbots. Josh will speak about whether his “robot lawyer,” which has fought nearly $5 million worth of parking tickets, greedy landlords, and homelessness, should worry those in the legal profession.
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Robot Lawyers Meet Cybersecurity: Reengineering Data Law Using AI & Managed Services

Robot Lawyers Meet Cybersecurity: Reengineering Data Law Using AI & Managed Services

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2016
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Neota Logic and Akerman share how innovative law firms are embracing artificial intelligence and strategic partnerships with alternative legal service providers to reengineer the delivery of legal services. The webinar includes a demonstration of the Akerman Data Law Center, an AI-enabled, subscription-based offering developed by Akerman in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services and Neota Logic. The ADLC puts actionable answers and legal advice at clients’ fingertips, 24/7/365, at significant cost savings over billable-hour models. Discussion was followed by audience Q&A with the Akerman team behind the ADLC.
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Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers by 2030?

Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers by 2030?

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  • Updated: 11 Jan 2015
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–Could artificial intelligence replace lawyers by 2030? https://hacked.com/legal-consulting-firm-believes-artificial-intelligence-replace-lawyers-2030 –On the Bonus Show: Why medical students are watching Seinfeld, Kanye West fans don’t know who Paul McCartney is, HarperCollins omits Israel, more.. Website: http://www.davidpakman.com Become a Member: http://www.davidpakman.com/membership Be our Patron on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/davidpakman Discuss This on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/thedavidpakmanshow/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow TDPS Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/davidpakmanshow David's Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dpakman TDPS Gear: http://www.davidpakman.com/gear 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP Subscribe to The David Pakman Show for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=midweekpolitics Support TDPS by clicking (bookmark it too!) this link before shopping on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=thedavpaksho-20 Broadcast on January 6, 2015 David's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/david.pakman
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Top 10 Jobs Most Likely to be Replaced by Robots

Top 10 Jobs Most Likely to be Replaced by Robots

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Be prepared for the automation of life as we know it. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Jobs Most Likely to be Replaced by Robots or Machines. For this list, we're looking at those jobs that, in the near future, will be entirely automated and performed by artificial intelligence. Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo or visit our channel page here: http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Special thanks to our user akt for suggesting this great idea on our Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Jobs+Most+Likely+to+Be+Replaced+by+Robots If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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Robot Lawyers trending in BBC

Robot Lawyers trending in BBC

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  • Updated: 18 Mar 2017
  • views: 1939
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For those following for just the last year we KNEW this was coming and WOW, its been rising fast. RFB http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-39205935 SUPPORT MY CHANNEL BY SUPPORTING MY SPONSOR LIFE CHANGE SUPPLEMENTS https://getthetea.com/ https://www.patreon.com/RichieFromBoston Help me help others as well as Make much needed upgrades to my equipment and channel RFB Special thanks to ODD Reailty And NICHOLSON1968 for the intros and outros Disclaimer: All works by RichieFromBoston are criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching and research. -All footage taken falls under ''fair use'' of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998). Therefore, no breach of privacy or copyright has been committed. -FAIR USE STATEMENT This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material is being made available within this transformative or derivative work for the purpose of education, commentary and criticism, is being distributed without profit, and is believed to be "fair use" in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107
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Episode 12: Robot Lawyers and Pitching Movies to Stripes

Episode 12: Robot Lawyers and Pitching Movies to Stripes

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2017
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We talk about robot lawyers, parking tickets, self driving cars, and movie ideas for Stripes the Movie Mogul
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Robots Will Replace THESE Jobs

Robots Will Replace THESE Jobs

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What jobs will robots be taking over in the future? John and Hannah talk about our robot overlords. What jobs will be most protected and least protected from robot takeover? Don't forget guys, if you like this video please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with your friends to show your support - it really helps us out! If there's something you'd like to see us discuss on the show, tweet us about it! See you tomorrow :) ***************************************************** Every day ThinkTank challenges preconceptions, exposes amazing new facts and discoveries, explores different perspectives, and inspires you to learn more about the world and the people around you. Feed your brain with new videos every day at 12pm Eastern/9am Pacific! SUBSCRIBE or you'll miss out! http://tinyurl.com/9o8kpf4 Keep up to date with John Iadarola and Hannah Cranston ON FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/thinktankfeed HANNAH: http://facebook.com/hannahcranstonhost ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/thinktankfeed JOHN: http://twitter.com/jiadarola HANNAH: http://twitter.com/HannahCranston_ ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/thinktankfeed JOHN: http://instagram.com/johniadarola HANNAH: http://instagram.com/run_hmc ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/johniadarola HANNAH: http://www.youtube.com/hannahcranston ON TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/gamesetjohn
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Is A.I. Artificial Intelligence coming for your job?

Is A.I. Artificial Intelligence coming for your job?

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Even in China, the land of the low-paid factory worker, robots are quietly taking over from their human counterparts. China has now overtaken Japan for having more robots than anywhere else in the world. The Chinese government is concerned about an ageing population and the rising cost of human labour making Chinese products less competitive. It is giving over $100 Billion in subsidies for companies to replace more human workers with robots. It's hoped that the workers that will no longer work in the factories will move to the growing service sector, in part to help look after the ageing population. Countries In the west have already lost large numbers of manufacturing jobs to china but we shouldn’t get too smug about our white-collar jobs in high tech, administration, clerical and production being safe from A.I. systems in the future. A report from the Bank of England has warned that up to 50% of the workforce in the UK and US could be at risk of been replaced by Artificial Intelligence of some form over the next 10 to 20 years. Even highly skilled jobs such as doctors and lawyers are at risk as A.I. becomes increasing sophisticated. IBM’s Watson, the A.I computer that beat the human champions at Jeopardy in 2011 is one such system. In research carried out by the University of North Carolina School of Medicine using IBM’s Watson Artificial Intelligence system, it was found that in a test based on 1000 cancer diagnoses, Watson recommended the same treatment as highly trained oncologists 99% of the time. In fact, due to Watsons ability to read and digest thousands of documents in minutes and have access to all the latest research papers and clinical trials, it found treatment options for 30% of the cases that were missed by the human doctors. Whilst this seen as a helper for Doctors now, in the future these types of systems will be taking up more and more of the work that a human would take many years to train for. Not to mention that it works 24/7 365 days a year, doesn’t get ill, take holidays or complain about the stress and workload. It’s predicted that the first wave of this new A.I. will have the biggest impact on sectors like transportation, logistics, office administration and labour in production In transport now, there is at least one human per vehicle, be that large articulated lorries, trucks, taxis, limos, trains etc. These will be some of the jobs which will be taken by autonomous vehicles. Human drivers are prone to stress, tiredness and distraction and often limited by law to a maximum number of hours per day they can drive, this is not the case for autonomous vehicles, they can drive all day and night so the efficiencies in using such systems will be something that companies will be keenly looking into, after all a parked up truck makes no money. Trials are already taking place with driverless cars on public roads and on October 20th, 2016 a self-driving truck developed by the Uber owned startup Otto, made the first autonomous commercial delivery of 2000 cases of Budweiser over a 120 mile about 200Km journey across Colorado. Elsewhere, eBay has just bought up the computer-vision company, Corrigon. The A.I. here is recognising and understanding images and then categorising them, something that would normally take a human to do. Ebay are also using A.I. to settle buyer & seller disputes at the rate of 60 million a year and similar technology is being used in the Netherlands, England and Canada to handle divorces, landlord-tenant disputes, and other legal conflicts, without hiring lawyers or going to court. Another example could blend the speech recognition of Apples Siri virtual assistant with IBM’s Watson. This could replace call centres with intelligent, question-answering, automated systems that would more effective and cut out the human in the same way as we have grown accustomed the automated phone systems, although hopefully a whole lot better and less annoying. New technologies have changed industries for hundreds of years and we have adapted and moved on and in the great number of cases, it’s created more jobs. A.I technologies may not be taking over tomorrow but it is a creeping, inexorable change that will come as companies and governments strive for ever increasing efficiencies in the face competition and money saving. The economist John Maynard Keynes predicted decades ago that there would be a period of technological unemployment as society finds new ways of making labour more efficient, faster than the displaced jobs can be taken up elsewhere. There is no economic law that says there will always be a job created in other sectors for those who lose theirs to new technology. Hand Balance Redux by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100370 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds?

Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds?

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2014 ILTA Session with Joshua Lenon, Noah Waisberg, Stuart Barr, Michael Mills, and moderated by Ryan McClead
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British student creates world's first robot lawyer

British student creates world's first robot lawyer

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(12 Nov 2016) LEAD IN: Could the next piece of legal advice you receive be from a robot? A British student has developed what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer, helping unhappy motorists appeal against parking tickets. STORY-LINE: Meet Joshua Browder, a second year student at Stanford University and founder of 'DoNotPay', what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer. Frustrated at having received several parking tickets, London-born Browder was driven to develop an automated system which helped appeal them. After first sharing his creation with family and friends, the economics and computer science student then saw his robot lawyer called upon by thousands of unhappy motorists. "I created this almost as a side project, but then 9 months later, millions of dollar's worth of tickets were appealed and over 180,000 tickets were successfully overturned," he says. "And this made me realise that this issue of helping people with the law is bigger than just parking fines. "So, I expanded to flight delays, PPI compensation in the UK and now property. "So you can fight your landlord if they're not repairing the property or they're keeping your security deposit." The 19-year-old's creation doesn't look like a legally trained C3PO or even SoftBank's talkative Pepper robot. Instead it takes the form of this website chatbot, which asks a variety of questions on the user's specific issue before generating a legally sound appeal. "First, it asks you a few questions about your ticket to find out exactly what's wrong," explains Browder. "For example, it will ask you 'Was the parking bay too small?' or 'Was it hard to understand the signs?' "Once it knows the legal issue, it then takes down details and then places these details into a legally-sound appeal which can be sent directly to the local authorities." For parking tickets, the robot can even use Google Street View to include a picture of where the ticket was issued. The technology may seem limited, but even some of the world's largest law firms are experimenting with automation. Here at Linklaters law firm in London, they've experimented with using automation to search and review certain documents. Partner Edward Chan says they're taking small steps to automating some processes currently conducted by lawyers, but a robot lawyer is merely science fiction. "We're not yet at the point, I don't think, where that technology translates into an industrial-scale use across, certainly across our firm, our across our industry," he says. "So just on the basis of simple automation, we think there's still quite a long way to go before just the simplest of processes can become automated." As with other industries, Chan believes the legal profession can benefit from using automation to complete "low-end' or "tedious" tasks. This then frees up legal experts to concentrate on more difficult challenges. "Our general conception of automation of lawyers is that it takes away the burdensome, what we term the low-end, more tedious activity and empowers lawyers to focus on what they've been trained to do," he says. "So it takes some of that drudgery away from them." Browder says 95 percent of lawyers he's encountered have been broadly supportive as it's clear his smart bot won't be taking their place in court just yet. The other 5 percent believe this kind of technology isn't suited to the legal profession. He's just happy his robot lawyer is empowering vulnerable people to avoid paying charges they can't afford. He says he receives around 12 emails a day thanking him for the service. "I started by creating a robot lawyer, but if one day I can have the world's largest robot law firm, that would be amazing too." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9382fc866718859e2ae6c3d9c1eec928 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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REAL Sword Art Online + Xbox Live Under Attack? + Robot Lawyers - The Know

REAL Sword Art Online + Xbox Live Under Attack? + Robot Lawyers - The Know

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UPDATE: We've been had?! According to RoadToVR, Sword Art Online: Beginnings is only being MARKETED as a real SAO, and in fact is only a VR experience demo. For 200 people. And now we're mad. Sword Art Online won't be fiction for much longer, Xbox Live goes down so much you feel like you should pay it--oh wait, you already do, robots are doing legal legwork, Warren Spector is trash talking the video game industry, China is racing for Mars, and mobile phones really really want gamers to care about them. LET'S SPEED RUN ALL THE NEWS! Sources: http://bit.ly/1PXSkb6 Written By: Eddy Rivas Hosted By: Ashley Jenkins Follow The Know on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_TheKnow Follow The Know on Facebook: http://facebook.com/RT.TheKnow Rooster Teeth Store: http://bit.ly/1rH5ixT Rooster Teeth: http://roosterteeth.com/ Achievement Hunter: http://achievementhunter.com Business Inquiries: http://bit.ly/1DZ77uy Subscribe to the RT Channel: http://bit.ly/13y3Gum Subscribe to the AH Channel: http://bit.ly/AHYTChannel Subscribe to the Let's Play Channel: http://bit.ly/11ac5D0 Subscribe to The Know Channel: http://bit.ly/1zhUav4 Subscribe to the Red vs. Blue Channel: http://bit.ly/RvBChannel Subscribe to the Funhaus Channel: http://bit.ly/17qQNJj Subscribe to the Slow Mo Guys Channel: http://bit.ly/OqINYx Subscribe to the Game Fails Channel: http://bit.ly/15RbCXV
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Meet ROSS, Your Brand New Artificially Intelligent Lawyer

Meet ROSS, Your Brand New Artificially Intelligent Lawyer

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ROSS Intelligence builds artificially intelligent tools to enhance lawyer’s abilities – allowing them to do more than ever before humanly possible.
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Rise of the Robots and the future job market - Martin Ford interview

Rise of the Robots and the future job market - Martin Ford interview

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http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/17/books/review/rise-of-the-robots-and-shadow-work.html Martin Ford documents in “Rise of the Robots,” the job-eating maw of technology now threatens even the nimblest and most expensively educated. Lawyers, radiologists and software designers, among others, have seen their work evaporate to India or China. Tasks that would seem to require a distinctively human capacity for nuance are increasingly assigned to algorithms, like the ones currently being introduced to grade essays on college exams. Particularly terrifying to me, computer programs can now write clear, publishable articles, and, as Ford reports, Wired magazine quotes an expert’s prediction that within about a decade 90 percent of news articles will be computer-­generated.In his new book, Rise of the Robots, Ford considers the social and economic disruption that is likely to result when educated workers can no longer find employment. Sir Martin Rees on rise of AI: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/hay-festival/11605785/Astronomer-Royal-Martin-Rees-predicts-the-world-will-be-run-by-computers-soon.html What about other future technologies — computers and robotics, for instance? There is nothing new about machines that can surpass our mental abilities in special areas. Even the pocket calculators of the Seventies could do arithmetic better than us. In the Nineties, IBM’s “Deep Blue” chess-playing computer beat Garry Kasparov, then the world champion. More recently, another IBM computer won a television game show that required wide general knowledge and the ability to respond to questions in the style of crossword clues. We’re witnessing a momentous speed-up in artificial intelligence (AI) – in the power of machines to learn, communicate and interact with us. Computers don’t learn like we do: they use “brute force” methods. They learn to translate from foreign languages by reading multilingual versions of, for example, millions of pages of EU documents (they never get bored). They learn to recognise dogs, cats and human faces by crunching through millions of images — not the way a baby learns. Deep Mind, a London company that Google recently bought for £400 million, created a machine that can figure out the rules of all the old Atari games without being told, and then play them better than humans. It’s still hard for AI to interact with the everyday world. Robots remain clumsy – they can’t tie your shoelaces or cut your toenails. But sensor technology, speech recognition, information searches and so forth are advancing apace. Google’s driverless car has already covered hundreds of thousands of miles. But can it cope with emergencies? For instance, if an obstruction suddenly appears on a busy road, can the robotic “driver” discriminate whether it’s a paper bag, a dog or a child? The likely answer is that it won’t cope as well as a really good driver, but will be better than the average driver — machine errors may occur but not as often as human error. The roads will be safer. But when accidents occur they will create a legal minefield. Who should be held responsible — the “driver”, the owner, or the designer? And what about the military use of autonomous drones? Can they be trusted to seek out a targeted individual and decide whether to deploy their weapon? Who has the moral responsibility then?
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