US top lawyers have struggled with artificial intelligence software to find mistakes in some legal agreements. The specially developed software gave the lawyers faster and better results by eliminating them from their work.
You’ve heard that jobs like piloting, surgery, and factory workmanship will now be taken over by artificial intelligence. After this step, which is the next stage of the industrial revolution, the remaining social science related professions are striking. People are turning towards this area.
But the same goes for the professions in which you think artificial intelligence will not be able to deal with robotic decision making. For example Advocacy. Yes, you did not read it wrong.
The work initiated by LawGeex, an artificial intelligence research firm, included law professors from the Duke Law School of Stanford University and the University of Southern California. An artificial intelligence software trained to evaluate legal contracts was the first project of this Voltron collaboration. The first goal of the software was to get 20 experienced lawyers.
Human attorneys spent their contracts in the eye and spent 4 hours investigating 30 legal problems. People who reach an accuracy rate of 85% have to bow to the 95% accuracy of artificial intelligence. Moreover, the people completed all the operations in just 26 minutes for the 4-hour work.
Lawyers agree that the software in question can handle most standard procedures alone. For them, however, this is not the end of the law profession at the moment. It only gives them an important advantage in making their business faster. Professor Erika Buell said, “If artificial intelligence makes a first review of a contract, lawyers can gain time for other joint consulting and important cases.”
There is still time for human lawyers to leave their places completely artificial. But it is a serious progress that software should make many tasks faster than humans in a short time.