CaseCrunch: could software replace lawyers?

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CaseCrunch: could software replace lawyers?

29. 01. 2018 15:42

Artificial intelligence has proven itself better than human lawyers in a recent contest against a team of high-profile lawyers. Does this spell the beginning of the end for the age-old legal profession? Jozef Maruščák, a Slovak law student at Cambridge University in the UK, is behind revolutionary new software which is outpacing and outsmarting human lawyers in predicting the outcomes of cases with remarkable accuracy. Gavin Shoebridge brings you this report on some revolutionary intelligent software called CaseCruncher and how it's rocking a profession which may not be prepared for rapid change.

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