EU Takes Groundbreaking Step to Regulate Artificial Intelligence, but Critics Cite Concerns over Tech Monopolies and Loopholes

Brussels, Belgium – The European Union (EU) has taken a significant step by introducing groundbreaking legislation to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). While some argue that the measures are insufficient, others warn that they could impose undue restrictions on companies operating in the AI sector. In response to the rapid advancements in AI, EU policymakers have been proactive in issuing rules and guidance for tech companies. This week, the European Parliament unanimously approved the Artificial Intelligence Act, which adopts a risk-based approach to ensure compliance with the law before AI products are made available to the … Read more

The Future of Law: Can Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers Completely?

London, United Kingdom – As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, the question arises: Can AI completely replace lawyers? The debate among entrepreneurs, AI experts, lawyers, and business leaders is divided. Those in favor of AI replacing lawyers argue that machines are already proficient at sifting through large amounts of text, which is a significant part of a lawyer’s job. Jordan Johnson, a market research analyst at Allied Help, believes that as AI becomes smarter, it will outperform even the most talented lawyers. However, Johnson emphasizes that AI will not necessarily take over legal jobs … Read more

England’s Legal System Takes a Cautious Step into the Future, Allowing Judges to Harness Artificial Intelligence for Rulings

LONDON (AP) — England’s legal system, steeped in centuries-old traditions of wigs and robes, has cautiously embraced artificial intelligence (AI) to aid in producing rulings. The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary recently granted judges the ability to use AI to draft opinions, with the caveat that it should not be employed for research or legal analyses due to its potential to generate fabricated, misleading, inaccurate, and biased information. Master of the Rolls Geoffrey Vos, the second-highest ranking judge in England and Wales, stated that judges can utilize AI responsibly, but must prioritize protecting confidence and take … Read more

England’s Legal System Embraces Artificial Intelligence as a Tool for Judges but Proceeds with Caution

LONDON (AP) — The English legal system, steeped in centuries-old traditions like wearing wigs and robes, has cautiously embraced artificial intelligence (AI) as judges are now allowed to use the technology to assist in producing rulings. The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary recently announced that AI can be used for writing opinions, although it is not recommended for research or legal analysis due to its potential for providing inaccurate, misleading, and biased information. England and Wales are among the first to provide guidance on AI’s use in courts, signaling a proactive step in an industry that … Read more