US-based startup DoNotPay recently introduced the world’s first robot lawyer based on AI technology. The company had said that this robot would provide legal advice in cases related to speeding. But now the robot itself is in trouble, as the AI lawyer has been accused of practicing law without a license. A case has also been filed in America on the robot.
Case registered on robot
Chicago-based law firm Adelson has sued a robot attorney based on AI technology. The law firm says that the robot lawyer does not have a law degree and is practicing law without a degree and license. The firm says that in reality Donotpay is a robot and not a lawyer or a law firm. The robot does not have a law degree and no one supervises it.
Let us tell you that Donotpay, the company that created the AI robot lawyer, had initially talked about preparing it to give legal advice in cases related to minor tasks like over speeding. The company had said that this robot will argue legal cases related to speeding in the US court in February.