Artificial Intelligence and Law History
The study of artificial intelligence and law dates back several decades. You can trace its roots back to 1979. It also deals with the testing and regulation of autonomous vehicles. Thus, you can say that the law has been analyzing issues in AI, generally speaking, since the ’70s.
Yet, it’s evolved more than ever imagined. Conceptions such as drones and AI-based space technologies weren’t yet conceptualized. Also, now there are pharmaceutical and biological components in the world biotechnology. To make these innovations suitable and ethical for the modern age. These innovations must now undergo analysis from a legal perspective.
As a firm, we’re proud to be cutting-edge when it comes to using AI to our clients’ advantage. We use AI software that’s proprietary. This means that it assists us in a predictable analysis in litigation. That’s your judge or your potential jury. We use AI to assist us in analyzing different issues related to regulatory compliance, and for the development of that product. This provides the product with the highest success rate. This is most useful when presented to any state or federal government agency. Moreover, we use AI to be efficient and proactive. And we’re very proud of that.
The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Law: Industry Disruption
The immediate future of artificial intelligence law is subject to massive change. A popular cause of this change is figuring out how to regulate “hot-button” issues. For example, regulation issues that fall under this category include:
- Autonomous vehicles
- Robot machinery
Tremendous breakthroughs continue to emerge in robotic computing, biotechnology, and autonomous vehicles. This includes airplanes. These breakthroughs will need society to make some hard, reflective decision making. Hereby making this one of the most exciting time periods in the history of law.
The Key To Suitable AI Attorneys
The scope of change in this industry is massive. There are key metrics to consider when hiring an artificial intelligence lawyer. One of the things you should look for when making a hiring decision is background. Does that person have the training that’s specific to technology or AI issues? You can determine that by understanding what that person studied in and out of law school? Also, what type of experience does that person have in a professional legal environment? And have they published works to make them an authority in their space?