Robots could replace judges to deal with parking fines, justice minister says

Pledging £2million to help develop artificial intelligence for use in legal services, he noted that technological advances are already having a positive …

Robots could replace judges in dealing with parking fine disputes, the Justice Secretary has said.

David Gauke said that whilst there would be controversy about a “bewigged robot judges” making decisions about a person’s the industry might be “happy” with artificial intelligence (AI) creating “simple tools to provide straightforward justice”.

Pledging £2million to help develop artificial intelligence for use in legal services, he noted that technological advances are already having a positive impact in the industry.

A number of law firms and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) are using so-called Robo-Lawyers to read through millions of pages of documents to carry out disclosure tasks and to create…

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