Richard Vankoningsveld appreciate your insight. I’m not about to launch any product or service nor am I ever likely to, merely its a projection of what I foresee from the evidence I have encountered so far.
You hit the nail on the head. As of yet no legal AI can analyse a judicial decision any better than a human. But even if it does so to the same level, the lower cost is disruption enough. We are seeing this with radiographers, where an AI can assess an image far more accurately. Obviously it is not an apples for apples comparison but the point holds.
The purpose isn’t to disparage lawyers, it’s to highlight how effective they have been until now. At some point though every contract is going to have been written. At this point it is far easier to take a boilerplate contract and edit it for purpose. I see no reason why this can’t be done by an AI which takes an input from both sides of the deal and amends the details accordingly, eventually at least.