- Amity Law School, Delhi is a law school in Noida. It is recognized by the University Grants Commission.
- In today’s rapidly changing digital world, it has never been riskier for legal firms to ignore the necessity of adopting new legal technology, and the legal sector is no exception. Artificial intelligence and legal technology learning will revolutionise the legal sector. Artificial Intelligence has the capacity to amplify human effectiveness but at the same time, it also poses threat to human autonomy and emotional capabilities.
- Al has limitless possibilities in areas such as healthcare, education, surveillance, and the environment which could help humans to live fuller and healthier lives. But there are shared worries and expressed concerns about the legal implications of Al-enabled technologies. This book examines the practical and normative issues of artificial intelligence, as well as information about disruptive technology linked to or employed in law. It indicates that artificial intelligence regulation affects the whole legal system rather than just a subset of it.
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) is simply starting to make its mark regarding its utilization by attorneys and inside the lawful business. Within the next several years, we will be on the verge of a regulatory upheaval caused by the acceptance of artificial intelligence – especially, in-house legal counsel. Similar to how email has had a significant influence on how we operate on a continuous basis, AI will become ubiquitous – a critical collaborator to virtually every legal counsel.
- The Indian legal sector has witnessed virtually little technological innovation, with attorneys still familiar with and relying on methods and solutions developed years before. Artificial intelligence has the potential to significantly alter the way attorneys practice and the law is seen in the whole world.
Artificial Intelligence & Legal Analytics: A New Instrument for Legal Practice in the Digital Arena
- Artificial Intelligence Accountability
- Legal Personhood of Artificial Intelligence
- Intellectual Property Rights in Artificial Intelligence
- Artificial Intelligence: Ethical Concerns
- The Interplay of Artificial Intelligence and International Law
- Application of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal World
- Artificial Intelligence: A Lawyer’s Replacement?
- Artificial Intelligence and Society
- Artificial Intelligence and Privacy Concerns
- Human rights Issues of Artificial Intelligence
- Legal Artificial Intelligence in Public and Private Sector
- Future of Law Visa Vis Artificial Intelligence
- Government Intervention in Artificial Intelligence
- Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity
- AI and Criminal Justice
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