LegalTech in the Light of the Upcoming Artificial Intelligence Act

Título traducido de la contribución: LegalTech a la luz de la futura Ley de inteligencia artificial

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The challenges that are posed to Artificial Intelligence (AI) by Law are gradually decreasing as progress is being made in the creation of intelligent tools that are automating legal tasks that were traditionally carried out by the lawyers. In this contribution, the reader is introduced to the socalled Artificial Legal ntelligence (ALI). The paper will begin by presenting the classical computational logic, followed by a discussion of the application of AI in the legal field. Therefore,
attention is given to the latest existing LegalTech tools in the market that are alleviating the work of lawyers and enabling access to legal services to a latent market of consumers. This paper will refer to different LegalTech tools such as intermediary online platforms, through which consumers may contact and engage a lawyer, “do-it-yourself” tools, mass processing of precedents and case laws i.e. identical cases (small claims), virtual assistants, robot lawyers and, ultimately, legal design. In section 3, the paper will address how the European Proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AIA) will impact the circulation of LegalTech tools in the market. Finally, it will draw some conclusions about the future of the legal services market.
Título traducido de la contribuciónLegalTech a la luz de la futura Ley de inteligencia artificial
Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)505-522
Número de páginas18
PublicaciónDiritto and Questioni Pubbliche
N.º8
EstadoPublicada - 15 jul 2023

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