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- Posted 1 week ago
Lifeless Eyes, Battery-Operated Lungs
“Lifeless eyes dilate at your approach. Battery-operated lungs suck in stale air, hypnotically wheezing with inhuman rhythm. A plastic chest rises and falls. The smooth skin reminds you of your own, only cold and lifeless.” This nightmare,...
- Posted 2 months ago
World’s First Robot Lawyer Counseling Clients
A company called DoNotPay uses an AI-powered robot to interview clients about their legal problems, then uses the answers to complete and submit legal paperwork on their behalf. According to the company’s owner, Joshua Browder, the legal industry...
- Posted 4 months ago
Companies Turning To AI For Cybersecurity
Identity and payment card thefts account for more than half of all cybercrimes, and AI-based solutions are thought to be the most promising ways to combat them. The ability of AI to detect threats, and distinguish attacks...
- Posted 1 year ago
AI Poised to Make Big Inroads In Law
In a world that’s increasingly characterized by automation, the legal industry is trying to figure out what it looks like to automate without sacrificing “the quality and attention to detail that’s required in sensitive legal matters,” writes...
- Posted 1 year ago