Will artificial intelligence sit on the judge’s bench?

Eylem Ümit Atılgan,    Faculty of Law, University of Kyrenia, Near East University, Kyrenia, Cypruss


This chapter’s response to the topic concerns the future of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The increase in the number of industries employing technologies with human-like problem-solving abilities is proportional to the rate of technological advancement. The law is currently trailing behind these sectors. However, “Ross,” an AI created by IBM for lawyers, is already assisting attorneys in certain legal problems. In the coming years, it is not difficult to foresee the widespread use of Ross and similar AI. Therefore, by bracketing the parameters associated with the technical ...

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