Browder said the defense strategy would hinge on using text-generating artificial intelligences like DaVinci and ChatGPT to prompt defendants fighting traffic tickets. Browder said several state bar associations lambasted the idea, and one threatened a referral to a local district attorney’s office.
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AI-powered Defender Faces Major Backlash from Legal Community
- Friday, Jan 27 2023
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Joshua Browder, the CEO of DoNotPay, is walking back his efforts to deploy an AI-driven legal defender after receiving threats of prosecution and prison. So reports NPR.
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