AI Systems and technology in dispute resolution

Automation is everywhere. It is an important part of our financial systems, social networks, and even the mechanisms we use to solve our legal disputes. While many professions associated with law have been identified as being safe from automation, this does not mean our industry is immune to techno...

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Autor Principal: Lozada Pimiento, Nicolás Ernesto
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Desconocido (Unknown)
Publicado: 2019
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Acceso en línea:http://babel.banrepcultural.org/cdm/ref/collection/p17054coll23/id/1169
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Sumario:Automation is everywhere. It is an important part of our financial systems, social networks, and even the mechanisms we use to solve our legal disputes. While many professions associated with law have been identified as being safe from automation, this does not mean our industry is immune to technology. It means that, in the current state of technology, there are still vital jobs within the legal field for which machines need not apply. Every lawyer uses databases to review precedents, applicable laws, and rules of adjudicative processes. In a broad sense, as lawyers, we rely on artificial intelligence (AI) even when we ‘Google’ a relevant subject to research a case. Resumen:La automatizacion esta en todos lados. Es una parte importante de nuestros sistemas financieros, redes sociales e incluso mecanismos que usamos para resolver nuestras disputas legales. Mientras varias profesiones asociadas con el derecho se han venido identificando como libres de automatizacion, esto no significa que nuestra industria sea inmune a la tecnologia. Esto significa que, con los avances tecnologicos de la actualidad, existen campos esenciales en la practica del derecho, en los cuales aun no se necesita la utilizacion de maquinas. Todo abogado ha recurrido a las bases de datos para revisar precedentes, leyes aplicables y leyes aplicables a procesos ejecutivos. En un amplio sentido, como abogados confiamos en la inteligencia artificial (IA) incluso cuando “googleamos” un tema relevante en la investigacion de un caso.