Exactly the cases I have been thinking about.See recent Oracle vs Google. Or SCO vs Linux. Or AT&T vs Berkeley. Etc, etc, etc.
Lawyers argue and judges decide software cases.
No one see a problem with that?
Lawyers got to eat?
Wanting for AI's to take over that role
Maybe lawyers need to learn to code?
Very interested in "Trustable AI" for those sorts of decisions.
Current Gov and Legal decision making processes are not accountable or trustable now.
Already case law is being indexed and searched by AI.
How do you review an AI decision?
Especially when decisions affect people and profits.
It seems profits come before people in most case decisions when a Corporation is involved.