Robot laws: First barrister to use AI in Old Bailey murder trial urges government to push forward cutting edge tech

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By Louis Goss The first barrister to use an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool in an Old Bailey murder trial has called on the UK’s Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to invest in the cutting edge technology. Sally Hobson, a criminal defence barrister at London chambers The 36 Group, toldCity A.M. AI tech has the potential to “save huge amounts of time and money” inside the criminal bar. Hobson explained barristers are currently forced to “spend hours and hours trawling through page after page of useless information” while working on cases. She noted barristers face dealing with “thousands of pages of m…

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