In 1969, Neil Armstrong and others landed on the moon bringing the concept into reality. Like the moon landing once was, Artificial intelligence is somewhat on the periphery between fantasy and reality. Artificial Intelligence is defined as the theory and development of computer systems to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. It is anticipated that computers will have the ability to see, speak, make decisions and translations between languages. We are yet to witness technological realities surpass the dreams of previous years. The legal perspective then, is who will be held responsible for any issues arising from the computer’s decisions and actions?
This is what our discussions will focus on;
- What in the law needs to be communicated?
- How much technology is required to communicate it, and once the technology is harnessed,
- How much more must innovation occur for universal access to justice to be achieved?
BarefootLaw continues to seek and present the available technologies to increase access to law and justice.