The rise of the AI doctors and lawyers

Advances in artificial intelligence are coming thick and fast, but are we at the point where you’d consider asking a bot for legal advice, or whether your embarrassing rash is worth worrying about? Not yet, perhaps, but we’ve taken two significant strides in that direction this week. The first is with Joshua Browder’s robot lawyer. You may remember Browder from the DoNotPay website, which helped motorists appeal car-parking tickets. The Stanford University undergraduate has upped his game and created a simple AI that can handle parking ticket appeals, PPI claims, and delayed flights and trains. I had problems getting the bot to talk to me (just like real solicitors, right?) at the time of writing, but the idea is an intriguing one, potentially saving hundreds of pounds on…


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