Stanford Student Develops Robot Lawyer To Beat Parking Tickets

PALO ALTO (CBS News) — On crowded city streets, few things are more hated than parking tickets. That has made 19-year-old Joshua Browder a bit of a hero to thousands of drivers.“Almost overnight it went from 40 people — which I was very proud of — to a few thousand, and then it just built up from there,” Browder said. He’s talking about his website, DoNotPay.co.uk, which uses artificial intelligence to beat parking tickets. In his case, necessity was the mother of invention. “After about the fourth ticket, my parents said to me, ‘You’re on your own, we’re not going to help you out anymore.’ And I didn’t have the money to pay for these tickets,” Browder said. Screenshot of DoNotPay, a website that uses artificial intelligence to beat parking…


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